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It’s all downhill from here: a spotlight on the Brandeis Ski and Snowboard Team

The skies are getting darker sooner, and the weather is getting colder—you know what that means: Winter is almost upon us! Luckily, the Brandeis Ski and Snowboard Team is prepared for exactly that sort of… Read More...

Meet the Faculty Senate

While most Brandeis students might be familiar with the Student Union Senate, they might not know about a similar body that represents the faculty members that form an integral part of life at Brandeis: the… Read More...

Brandeis Buddies bridges gaps between individuals

In an email interview, Amy Ollove ’21, Norma Stobbe ’20 and Theresa Weis ’20, the coordinators of Brandeis Buddies, explain that Brandeis Buddies is a social and recreational program that partners with Opportunities for Inclusion,… Read More...

Rally gathers for advocacy of menstrual equity

Oct. 19 was the first ever National Period Day in history. The global nonprofit PERIOD created it this year, and it was celebrated with over 60 rallies in the U.S. and three other countries. In… Read More...

Sleep Week aims to reduce stress and help with sleep

As college students, there is nothing we value more than our sleep. Trying to juggle academics, extracurriculars and managing a social life can be super stressful, oftentimes leading to a lack of sleep.  As part… Read More...

Lead UDR Advisory Board acts as bridge between UDR’s and faculty

When looking for advice on classes, there are always many options around campus and resources who are able to provide assistance. Whether it be your academic advisor, a Roosevelt Fellow or Undergraduate Departmental Representative (UDR),… Read More...

Manfredo’s goals as the Emergency Management Director

UPDATED 10/31 9:15 p.m. In many cases when emergencies strike, terror and uproar are created in the community. Individuals then have to deal with the aftermath of the emergency and must work together to mend… Read More...

A holistic view on digital culture

With social media becoming a larger part of everyday life in the contemporary world, the sphere of digital anthropology has been growing and becoming more important. Digital Cultures (ANTH 138A) taught by Professor Brian Horton… Read More...

‘Battle of the Chefs’ brings fall-themed cuisine

It’s like World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fights, but with food. In its annual tradition, Brandeis will be competing in the “Battle of the Chefs,” a Sodexo sponsored event. Brandeis’ Senior Executive Chef Ken Peckham is… Read More...

Of the Rachels, by a Rachel and for the Rachels

In a 2012 video titled “Sh*t Brandeis Students Don’t Say,” and its sequel “Sh*t Brandeis Students Don’t Say Part 2,” students act out situations and conversations that they suggest are antithetical to Brandeis culture. The… Read More...
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