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Diamond’s hopes for inclusivity in Waltham schools

Marisa Diamond’s deep connection to Brandeis came before she was born, through her mother Marci Diamond ’91, who was a varsity track and field athlete, a Justice Brandeis Scholar and Waltham Group Coordinator. Marci Diamond… Read More...

Honoring the 22nd Gabbay Awardees

On Oct. 2, STEM students, medicine enthusiasts and faculty congregated at the Shapiro Campus Center to attend a lecture presented by the 22nd Gabbay Award winners, Dario Campana MD, PhD and Micheal Sadelain MD, PhD.… Read More...

Pride Deis celebrates LGBTQ+ community

As an openly gay man on campus, Guillermo Caballero ’20, vice president of the Brandeis Student Union, wanted a day to celebrate LGBTQ individuals on campus. The Student Union, in collaboration with the Gender and… Read More...

SAS Fellows empower students

Home to students from all backgrounds, strengths/weaknesses and vulnerabilities, Brandeis celebrates the diversity of its student body through specialized programs and opportunities that aid in supplying a smooth and enriching learning experience for all. Both… Read More...

Meet the Brandeis Writers in Residence

The Brandeis Writers in Residence are phenomenal people with interesting stories and incredible writing abilities. Brandeis hosts two Writers in Residence, one in poetry and one in novel writing. The Jacob Ziskind Poet in Residence… Read More...

Resilience Fair provides resources for students

The Shapiro Campus Center (SCC) atrium was transformed on Tuesday, Sept. 24 as the Resilience Fair set up shop, luring students to the event with Lizzy’s Ice Cream and booths peppered with candy and stickers.… Read More...

The Ottoman Empire: a complex anomaly

Brandeis welcomes a new class titled “The Ottoman Empire: From Principality to Republic by way of Empire” taught by Professor Amy Singer (HIST). This class explores the rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire as… Read More...

Sh*tfaced Shakespeare Presents ‘Macbeth, but Drunk’

On Saturday, Sept. 21, Brandeis’ Shakespeare society, Hold Thy Peace, sponsored a unique and unforgettable event. The group went to see Shitfaced Shakespeare’s production of Macbeth at The Rockwell in Boston. In this performance, the… Read More...

Giving back to Brandeis: Leah Berkenwald and HAWP

Leah Berkenwald ’07 always knew she wanted to come back to Brandeis after she graduated. “I love Brandeis,” Berkenwald said in an interview with The Brandeis Hoot. “I can’t imagine my life not having had… Read More...

HAWP aims to teach campus about health and wellness

After a decade away from her alma mater, Leah Berkenwald ’07 is back as the Wellness Promotion Program Manager for Health and Wellness Promotion (HAWP).  HAWP helps to coordinate campus-wide health and wellness efforts through… Read More...
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