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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 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 dRead 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.’7Read 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, GloRead 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 musiRead More...

Professional publication fosters friendship

High-quality, professional and academic are all adjectives used to describe the Brandeis International Journal. However, while these descriptions can at times be daunting to Read More...

Student-run trial will gauge usage of free menstrual products

The Campus Operations Working Group (COW-G) hopes to conduct a student-run trial of providing menstrual products in public restrooms around campus during the month of April, acRead More...

Despite shortcomings, ‘Leveling Up’ hits several of the right buttons

There are not many plays, or even movies for that matter, about video games and the people who play them. Perhaps this is because it is a relatively new medium, or because it is difficRead More...

Brandeis Labor Coalition hosts Women’s Rally

Speakers at a rally of about 50 people called for the recognition of women’s work and workers’ rights on March 3, International Women’s Day.

The rally took place outside the Read More...

Fencing brings home gold in NECCs

Brandeis fencing continued their stellar season as they emerged victorious at the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Championship this past Saturday, March 4. ThRead More...

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