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66th Commencement honorary degree recipients ‘repair the world’

Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella will speak at the 2017 commencement, according to a press release from University President Ron Liebowitz on Tuesday, April 4.

A daughter of Holocaust survivors and expert in human rights law, Abella will be … Read More...

‘Rise Up’ displays studio art majors’ variety of talents

Junior studio art majors’ wide range of media, content and talent is now on display in Spingold’s Dreitzer Gallery. The “Rise Up Exhibition” opened Wednesday, May 29 and is on view until April 27.

Whether large or small, smooth or … Read More...

‘Footloose’ impresses with professional dancing, acting, singing

This year’s open-cast musical, “Footloose,” produced by Hillel Theater Group, featured a cast of dedicated and convincing actors in its opening night performance on Thursday, March 30 in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater.

“Footloose” follows high school student Ren (Justin … Read More...

Baseball returns to the field after three-week hiatus

In their first game in more than three weeks, the baseball team played Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) on Friday, March 24. Sean O’Neill ’18 struck out a career-high 13 batters in seven innings, but the Judges were unable to capitalize Read More...

Add more lactose-free yogurt on campus

Of the many complaints I may have about Brandeis’ dining services, lately there has been one that outweighs them all: the lack of lactose-free yogurt options in the C-Store and in the dining halls.

I cannot count the times that Read More...

Fresh out of the Kutz Bakery

While 3:30 a.m. is the end of a long night of studying for many students, it is the beginning of the workday for Lead Baker Steve Mulready of the Kutz Bakery. Throughout the day, he and his team bake enough Read More...

New residence hall to increase number of beds and common space

A residence hall to replace the Castle will have 164 beds and will cost approximately $38 million according to Jim Gray, vice president for Campus Operations.

Four floors will be divided between two wings. “It’s nice that the building turns Read More...

WSRC features art of Helène Aylon, contemporary Jewish feminist artist

The Women’s Studies Research Center Kniznick Gallery is now displaying the final installment of Helène Aylon’s 20-year series.

Commissioned by Shula Reinharz Ph.D.’77 founder of the center, Aylon’s “Afterword: For the Children” is comprised of several wall installations and four Read More...

BLM Symposium brings Khalil Gibran Muhammad to campus

Harvard Kennedy School Prof. Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Ph.D., gave the keynote speech about black criminality and systemic racism at the Black Lives Matter: Local Movements, Global Futures symposium on Thursday, March 23.

Hosted by the Department of African and Afro-American Read More...

‘We the Art. We the Vibez.’ unites talented artists

Students braved the frigid weather Friday night, March 10, to come together for art, music and community at Chum’s for “We the Art. We the Vibez.” The event highlighted musicians and visual artists from the Brandeis community and beyond—inviting two Read More...

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