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Visiting author discusses history of the Iranian Revolution

A visiting professor from the London School of Economics spoke about human rights and the global history of the Iranian revolution, as part of the working process for his book to get reactions from the… Read More...

Brandeis graduates speak about financial issues at Brandeis

Two Brandeis graduates co-led a talk discussing the issues that lower income students face at “elite” colleges such as Brandeis, and how some of the issues they had could be solved. Gwendolyn Berumen ’16 and… Read More...

The Hague abroad program will have final run this summer

After a 10-year run, the Brandeis in The Hague summer study abroad program will have its last session this summer. The program is no longer able to function as one that “meets Brandeis’s standards” after… Read More...

Prof. proves that all hipsters look the same in study

Hipsters all look the same, learned Professor Jonathan Touboul (MATH) while conducting a study on non-conformist culture. When MIT Technology Review initially reviewed Touboul’s study, the article contained a stock photo of a bearded man… Read More...

Union proposes a club advisor policy

The Student Union has proposed a bylaw that would require clubs to have a faculty or staff advisor to oversee the club. The Union hopes to first require advisors for secured clubs as a “progressive… Read More...

2018-2019 Wien Scholars reflect on life at Brandeis during 60th anniversary

The 2018-2019 Wien Scholars spoke about their experiences at Brandeis as international students and transitioning from life outside the United States for the 60th anniversary of the Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP) on March 9… Read More...

German climate justice movement leaders speak

Two leaders from the German organization Ende Gelände, a group dedicated to protecting the environment from climate change through mass demonstrations of civil disobedience, spoke at Brandeis last Thursday. Movement leaders Daniel Hofinger and Dorothee… Read More...

Brandeis Alum nominated for US Attorney

President Donald Trump nominated Matthew H. Solomson ’96 for a seat on the United States Court of Federal Claims on March 1, according to the White House website. His nomination is under discussion in the… Read More...

Union to hold elections, debate

Candidates announced their plan to run for several seats including the President of the Student Union on Wednesday. The Student Union is holding a debate between the candidates on Monday, March 18 at 8 p.m.… Read More...

Toshizo Watanabe ’73 receives alumni achievement award

President Ron Liebowitz presented Toshizo “Tom” Watanabe ’73 with the Alumni Achievement Award this past weekend at the 60th anniversary celebration of the Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP). Watanabe graduated with a Bachelor of Arts… Read More...
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