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New program opens Gateway to knowledge

Only two first-year students had initially signed up to be in the talent show. It was the end of the summer and several Brandeis students were gathered with their instructors for an ice cream social,… Read More...

Something Brandeis, something bleu

The sun flooded through the stained glass windows of Saint Pierre de Montmartre early that July morning. The weather – cool and sunny – was perfect. The church – picturesque. The backdrop – ideal. Outside,… Read More...

Counseling for career and life: Departing seniors share their thanks to the people who’ve guided them

There are exactly 16 days until commencement. For many seniors, it couldn’t have come soon enough. For others, it may seem like time–and their future–is closing in on them, and fast. Maybe some of you… Read More...

From students to professors; Profiling the winners of 2009 teaching awards

Peter Kalb4, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art on the Cynthia L. and Theodore S. Berenson chair, is the 27th recipient of the Michael L. Walzer ’56 Award for Teaching. This award is handed out to… Read More...

He does it his way

On the door to Ed Callahan’s office there is a sign that reads “Will retire.” Its plastic red dial is carefully spun to the year 2040. Above the sign is a crinkled piece of paper… Read More...

Balancing fatherhood and college

Balance is a part of daily life for students at Brandeis. We all stress about having enough time to do all the reading and papers for class, making it to practice, being a member of… Read More...

Fire safety: A guided tour

The door to your dorm room is blocked. The fire outside is intensifying by the second. You need to crawl through the bedroom and out the window. Time is closing in. A few minutes ago,… Read More...

Reviving Mumbai through theatre

Where were you when you first heard about the November 2008 attacks on Mumbai, India? More importantly, where were you after? Did you read the newspapers or watch the nightly news to get a sense… Read More...

When health care becomes health education

In a drawer in her office, Kathleen Maloney keeps a file of thank you notes she’s received from students and their parents over the past 11 years. Aside from these physical reminders of the countless… Read More...

They’ve got game

Few people would honestly say they came to Brandeis for the athletics. But while the school may not be the powerhouse varsity teams of some bigger and older schools, Brandeis is far from devoid of… Read More...
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