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Halloween for the Hungry prepares for annual event

Each year, Halloween holds a different meaning for the students in Hunger and Homelessness, a subgroup of Waltham Group. The group members are currently coordinating their annual event called “Halloween for the Hungry,” which enables… Read More...

Brandeis among the first institutions to receive grant money from BRAIN initiative

In April 2013, President Barack Obama announced the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative, a project offering over $300 million in grants to public and private institutions. The goal of BRAIN is to… Read More...

Soccer team sponsors special needs sports clinic

The Brandeis soccer teams are collaborating to host a free soccer clinic for special ability athletes on Saturday, Oct. 25. The event will take place on the varsity fields. Any child over age four with… Read More...

New minor brings social purpose to the arts

Brandeis students have always been known for being extremely involved and dedicated to academics. This semester, a new minor has sprung up for students to explore. Creativity, the Arts and Social Transformation (CAST) is a… Read More...

Univ. implements bystander intervention training to combat sexual assault

With investigations for Title IX allegations underway and the recent departure of Sexual Assaults Services and Prevention Specialist Sheila McMahon, on the basis of academic leave, the university’s policy toward victims of sexual assault has… Read More...

MKTYP event hosted at the home of Robert Kraft

In the home of Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, 20 Brandeis students gathered on Tuesday, Sept. 30 to be honored. These students are members of the Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program (MKTYP),… Read More...

Students describe summer dialogues at Al-Quds

A group of Brandeis students shared their experiences from spending five days this summer in Israel, with students from Al-Quds University, a Palestinian institution with campuses in Jerusalem, Abu Dis and al-Bireh on Tuesday, Oct.… Read More...

Year In Service and Volunteer Fair brings opportunity for networking and skill-building

The Year in Service and Volunteer Fair brought together over 200 students and more than 50 representatives from various organizations in the Waltham, Boston and national communities on Tuesday, Oct. 7 in Hassenfeld Conference Center.… Read More...

Gustavo Gutiérrez wins Gittler Prize and speaks about giving a ‘voice to the voiceless’

On Sunday, Oct. 5 in Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Gustavo Gutiérrez, Catholic priest and founder of liberation theology, was awarded the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize. Gutiérrez’s acceptance speech and talk focused on his efforts… Read More...

Comparative humanities master’s now joint degree option for Brandeis seniors

There is a new opportunity for Brandeis students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in the humanities. The Master of the Arts in Comparative Studies (MACH) is a program in its second year at Brandeis.… Read More...
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