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Indigenous People’s Day inspires campus discussion

Faculty, Massachusetts Bay organizations and student groups hosted programs at the Second Annual Indigenous People’s Day Teach-In in the Intercultural Center on Monday, Oc… Read More...

Women’s soccer team echoes NFL protests against police brutality

In a demonstration meant to reflect the NFL protests that have sparked national controversy in recent weeks, the Brandeis women’s soccer team held hands during the singing of t… Read More...

Students compete in sustainability contest to learn, improve habits and win prizes

SaveOhno, a competition to improve and promote sustainability efforts on college campuses, is happening at Brandeis from Oct. 9 to Oct. 21, coinciding with Global Climate Chang… Read More...

Lisman lab discovers key to long-term memory, furthering research on Alzheimer’s and addiction

Since the 1980’s, Professor John Lisman ’66 (BIOL) has investigated the relationship between memory and calcium/calmodulin dependent protein kinase (CaMKII). On Sept. 2… Read More...

How Brandeis’ new gen. ed. proposal compares to Boston-area colleges

For the first time in 23 years, Brandeis is fully revising its General Education Requirements. If the new plan is approved the number required courses will change from 11 to 13, witRead More...

Senate updates club creation process

The Student Union Senate voted unanimously to pass a new amendment that restructures the club recognition and chartering process on Sept. 17. The amendment was designed to ensur… Read More...

Two Brandeis professors awarded Nobel Prize

Two Brandeis professors were awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine Monday morning for their work studying circadian rhythms. Biology Professor Michael Rosbash and … Read More...

Second Free Expression open meeting yields low student, faculty, staff turnout

The Task Force on Free Expression held its second meeting on Oct. 2 to review free expression principles that will guide campus discourse. The open meeting, meant to act as a forum f… Read More...

Crime Statistics show decline in sexual assaults reported

Reported cases of sexual assault and drug abuse are down compared to last year, according to annual crime statistics released by the university on Friday in accordance with the fe… Read More...

Required classes rise in new general education proposal

On Sunday night, several members of the Task Force on General Education met with the Student Union to discuss the recently released General Education Requirements proposal. The … Read More...

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