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Women’s 4×200 meter relay shines at Bowdoin Invitational

Last weekend, the Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Maine to compete at the Bowdoin Invitational. Both teams finished the meet in fifth place; the women’s team scored a total of… Read More...

Pelicans find themselves in crucial moment as Zion returns

As All-Star weekend approaches, one team in particular finds themselves entering into the most crucial stretch of the season: the New Orleans Pelicans. After a 13-game losing streak left them at an abominable 6-22, the… Read More...

In the Senate 1/19

Jake Rong ’21 stepped down from his position as the Senator to the Class of 2021 at the Senate meeting. “I hope to stay involved in the Union and the projects that many of you… Read More...

Mitch Albom brings audience to tears

When Mitch Albom ’79 finished his talk last Thursday night, there was not a single dry eye in the room. Albom spoke for almost an hour in Spingold Theater about his most recent novel “Finding… Read More...

Study examines political climate on college campuses

Liberal, moderate and conservative students surveyed on five college campuses—including Brandeis—were found to be deeply divided on the climate of “free expression” on college campuses and on issues of race, immigration, climate change, sexual assault… Read More...

Fencing holds record of 2-3 at Philadelphia Invitational, Morales wins multiple honors

The Brandeis University fencing squads headed south this past weekend to compete in the University of Pennsylvania’s Philadelphia Invitational. After the tournament, the men’s and women’s teams both defeated two of their opponents, and fell… Read More...

Community packages meals for MLK Day

Dozens of students and members of the community packaged meals for food pantries and congregations that serve the homeless community, and participated in social justice discussions with members of the Brandeis and Waltham community on… Read More...

Living it up on top at Hadestown

All aboard the railroad car! Next stop: Anaïs Mitchell’s “Hadestown.” This Broadway musical addresses the struggles of the 21st century through the storyline of an ancient Greek tragedy.  Hadestown brings to life the ancient Greek… Read More...

Provost Lynch steps down

Provost Lisa Lynch is stepping down from her positions as provost and executive vice president of academic affairs, according to an email from President Ron Liebowitz sent to faculty, staff and students on Tuesday evening. … Read More...

Students rally to protest militarism

UPDATED: 1/24 at 3:35 p.m. Brandeis students are rallying “to reclaim [the country’s] resources from the war industry, reinvest in life-giving resources, and repair collaborative relationships with the earth and people around the world” as… Read More...
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