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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...

Code of Conduct updates sexual assault component

In an email sent out to all students last Friday, Sept. 26, Andrew Flagel, senior vice president for students and enrollment, alerted students to updates to both the Office of Student Rights and Community Standards… 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...

Junior’s lab work has potential for groundbreaking advances

Pooja Gupta ’16 is one of three Brandeis undergraduate students working alongside Professor John Lisman ’66 on a project seeking to discover how to erase a memory and to delineate the chemical processes involved in… Read More...

Enhancing your Brandeis experience: the Student Union

“All the world’s a stage. And all the men and women merely players.” -William Shakespeare, As You Like It Campus life could be likened to a theater, and the people we meet here to actors… Read More...

Catherine Mann to leave IBS

Catherine Mann, a professor at the International Business School (IBS) at Brandeis since 2006, is leaving her position to work for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OEDC) as its Chief Economist. She will… Read More...

Controversial listserv exposed

In mid-September, Brandeis made national news regarding thousands of newly uncovered emails from a faculty listserv on topics ranging from Israeli politics to the decision to rescind Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s invitation to receive an honorary… Read More...

Campus NARAL kicks-off semester organizing

On Wednesday, Oct. 1 students gathered in Mandel for the first Brandeis University Students for NARAL meeting of the year. NARAL, a political organization focused on reproductive rights, has chapters at five different universities in… Read More...

PCC offers new services and counselors

The Psychological Counseling Center at Brandeis (also referred to as the PCC or Mailman) has recently undergone a series of progressive changes, including hiring multiple new staff members and creating new group programs. Mailman is… Read More...
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