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Virtual data sprint allows students to become citizen scientists for a day

At the Nov. 7 ’Deis does Citizen Science event, 55 students participated in a public discussion examining the ecology of herring migration and counted herring in a virtual data … Read More...

Director details frustration leading up to cancellation of ‘Buyer Beware’

Frustrations with communication from the theater department and suggestions to move the performance off-campus preceded playwright Michael Weller’s ’65 decision to canRead More...

Faculty pass new Gen. Ed. Requirements

Faculty voted at their Nov. 3 meeting to pass the new General Education Requirements, which, if the Board of Trustees also votes to approve, will go into effect for the class enteriRead More...

Final free expression meeting generates debate

The opinions, emotions and heartfelt beliefs of more than 30 members of the Brandeis community filled the Intercultural Center Lounge Monday night in a discussion meant to proviRead More...

Halloween for the Hungry inspires service

Waltham Group kicked off Halloween with a day of trick or treating for non-perishable foods as part of the annual Halloween for the Hungry Food Drive.
The food drive is one part of a s… Read More...

Flagel to leave Brandeis

Andrew Flagel, the senior vice president for students and enrollment, is leaving Brandeis this month for a research fellowship at the National Research Center for College and Un… Read More...

Marcelo Miranda named campus executive chef

Marcelo Miranda has been appointed Sodexo’s new Campus Executive Chef. His responsibilities include overseeing all food operations on campus.

“My main role is improve the … Read More...

“All the Rivers” talk discusses Israel-Palestine relations

This past Wednesday, the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, the Creativity, the Arts and Social Transformation Program (CAST), the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic St… Read More...

Video conference call focuses on science and sustainability

Faculty and students gathered in the Faculty Club Lounge on Oct. 30 for a video conference call with Dr. Mandy Singer-Brodowski to discuss the ways that science can influence soci… Read More...

Crenshaw delivers thought-provoking lecture on intersectionality

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, the influential scholar who coined the term “intersectionality,” received the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler prize on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Crensh… Read More...

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