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27 candidates run to fill 18 open positions

Elections for 18 open positions on the Student Union started at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. A total of 27 different students are running for 10 open seats on the senate, five open seats on the… Read More...

Harvard Professor Gives John Lisman ’66 Memorial Lecture in Vision Science

A Harvard Medical School Professor received the John Lisman ’66 Memorial award on Tuesday. Professor Connie Cepko, Professor of Ophthalmology and the Bullard Professor of Genetics and Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, also delivered the… Read More...

Prof. lecture on sexual violence in Israeli culture

A Brandeis professor spoke about her discoveries from the research she conducted in preparation for her second novel, which “explores literary articulation of sexual assault in modern… Israeli culture,” she said. Professor Szobel, Associate Professor… Read More...

Students gather for Take Back the Night

Students gathered at the Rabb steps for the annual Take Back the Night (TBTN) march on the evening of April 11. During this time, students and administration leading the event spoke to the crowd and… Read More...

Dr. Leanne Day to teach four AAPI Studies courses in 2019-2020 academic year

Dr. Leanne Day (WGS/GRALL), the Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies, has been officially hired as one of the faculty members who will spearhead the Asian American Pacific Islander Studies… Read More...

Panel showcases women in politics

Two Massachusetts state senators and a Kentucky state representative discussed their journeys into politics, lives as politicians and political engagement at the state level. Massachusetts State Senators Diana DiZoglio and Cindy Friedman and Kentucky State… Read More...

Professor wins Gairdner Award

Brandeis graduate, Professor and Rose C. Falkenstein Chair in Cancer Research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Susan Band Horwitz Ph.D. ’63 won the Gairdner Award, also known as Canada’s Nobel. Horwitz was selected by… Read More...

CEEF accepts new projects, displays old

The Community Enhancement and Emergency Fund (CEEF) will be accepting ideas for student initiated community enhancement projects until Sept. 15. The CEEF fund contains $250,000, $100,000 of which goes to student projects while $150,000 goes… Read More...

Expert discusses Trump on North Korea and Iran’s nuclear programs

Chief U.S. negotiator between the U.S. and North Korea in the early 1990s and Brandeis Masters and Ph.D. graduate Robert Gallucci ’68 Ph.D. ’74 discU.S.sed President Donald Trump’s strategies in North Korea and Iran on… Read More...

Local Politicians speak on engaging in politics

Local politicians, including Waltham’s mayor, two state representatives and one state senator, spoke on engaging in politics—and their experience in passing legislation to make it easier for victims of sexual abuse to come forward. State… Read More...
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