Home » Sections » Features (Page 2)

Meshing majors: students craft plans for future

When Rachel Geller ’18 entered Brandeis, she had plans to major in physics and math. Now graduating with a degree in Conflict and Reconciliation Studies, Geller decided to take … Read More...

Double trouble: students major in varying disciplines

Neeti Kulkarni ’21

Neeti Kulkarni ’21 didn’t plan on becoming a music major until she was surrounded by them. She attended a chamber music camp in Minnesota with instructor… Read More...

Heller alumni craft quilts from old T-shirts with through Project Repat

To entice students to participate in on campus events, promises of “free food” and “free shirts” are common. But after graduation, many t-shirts that sport lettering fr… Read More...

Bethlehem the Producer soon to release new mixtape: “The Sabbath”

Bethel Adekogbe ’20 went to the same high school as rapper Lil Yachty, but their similarities don’t end there.

In Brandeis’ music scene, Adekogbe is Bethlehem the Producer… Read More...

Professor Coiner and his enigmatic economics

Economics professor Michael Coiner is not a monotone lecturer. While explaining supply and demand graphs or discussing President Trump’s trade policy, students recall Coin… Read More...

Writing Club provides space for students to create and critique work

Students interested in the creative writing workshops at Brandeis know the process of getting involved can be nerve-wracking. From the small class sizes–each is capped at aro… Read More...

Brandeis Bridges travel to Chicago

Over the February break, members of Brandeis Bridges traveled to Chicago for a week of sightseeing, open dialogue and bonding.

The Brandeis Bridges Club is a group on campus dedic… Read More...

Graduate students create campaign for compost

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, approximately 20 percent of all waste in landfills is compostable, totaling almost 35 million tons a year of food waste th… Read More...

Students create app to simplify travel arrangements

Right before and after breaks, all the respective MyDeis Facebook pages fill up with students desperately looking for people to commute with them to or from the airport to save a bi… Read More...

And Still We Rise portrays impact of prison

And Still We Rise Productions, a theater company for actors affected by the prison system, performed and told their stories at Brandeis on Feb. 2, as part of the 2018 ’DEIS Impact … Read More...

Menu Title