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Students gather for Take Back the Night

Students gathered at the Rabb steps last night for Take Back the Night, an annual march to raise awareness for sexual violence. The students marched from the steps to the Light of Re… Read More...

Panelists discuss on-campus activities

Students and administrators discussed campus events and programming as part of an ongoing series of open forums, exploring perceived student apathy to campus events, communic… Read More...

Brandeis University hosts town hall meeting after Meehan’s firing

President Ron Liebowitz, Provost Lisa Lynch and President of the Board of Trustees Meyer Koplow ’72 hosted a town hall meeting following the recent firing of men’s basketbal… Read More...

Senior immigration attorney speaks about DACA changes

Elizabeth Badger, a senior immigration attorney, gave the annual Joshua A. Guberman Lecture on how to protect protect Dreamers—young people given legal protection under the … Read More...

‘I am a Voice’ elevates student experiences

Students and faculty gathered to celebrate the accomplishments and voices of the Brandeis community through “I Am a Voice,” which marked the 50th Anniversary of the federal … Read More...

Brandeis commemorates John Lisman with neuroscience lecture

Students, faculty and researchers gathered in Gerstenzang Science Library for the­­ John Lisman ’66 Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr. David Fitzpatrick, the CEO and scien… Read More...

ENACT holds forum on Women in Political Advocacy

Massachusetts State Senator Cindy Friedman and former New Hampshire Speaker of the House Terie Norelli discussed their careers as women in politics at the Educational Network f… Read More...

Seven elected to top Union positions

Hannah Brown ’19 will serve as next year’s Student Union president, having campaigned on plans to address Brandeis’ affordability and accessibility and to promote colla… Read More...

Physics professor creates artificial material that mimics neural tissue

Physics professor Seth Fraden (PHYS) and his research team have discovered a way to make soft material that can mimic neural tissue by studying the blue eel. Fraden received fundi… Read More...

University holds active shooter training

University police, the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo) and Waltham emergency responders conducted an active-shooter drill in the library on Wednesday, March 21.

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