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Students share stories through powerful slam poetry

“So, does anyone have anything else they’d like to share?”

A few moments of silence. A man wearing a zip-up sweatshirt over a neon orange t-shirt from the back of the room offe… Read More...

’Deis Impact presents H2Woe: The Struggle for Clean Water

’DEIS Impact presented “H2Woe: The Struggle for Clean Water,” a screening of the documentary film, “A World without Water,” on Wednesday Feb. 7, and held a question an… Read More...

Swimming and diving win on Senior Day

This past Saturday the men’s and women’s swimming and diving team celebrated their Senior Day, competing against the Clark Cougars. The Judges celebrated seniors Richard A… Read More...

Poet, activist Amal Kassir performs at ‘DEIS Impact

Amal Kassir, a Syrian-American slam poet and activist, spoke to a crowd of students gathered in the SCC on Saturday, Feb. 3 as part of the annual ’DEIS Impact festival of social ju… Read More...

Support farm workers by boycotting Wendy’s

The Fair Food Program was born in 2005 when the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, a group of activist farm workers than originated in Florida, staged a boycott of Taco Bell. The coali… Read More...

Circle UP! teaches about education inequality

As part of ’DEIS Impact, the Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation Program (CAST) brought youth Boston theater group “Youth Underground” to Brandeis on Monday… Read More...

Mathias Boyar ’20 succeeds with debut EP ‘Hangup’

Mathias Boyar ’20, who raps under the mononym Mathias, just released his debut EP, “Hangup,” last Friday, Feb 2 . When I approached him in the Slosberg lobby, he initially di… Read More...

The merging of citizen science and social justice

Students and faculty convened in the International Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 6, where Dr. Mark Chandler, the International Director of Research at the Earthwatch Institute, disc… Read More...

Track and field shine in the field events at Tufts meet

Brandeis track and field took the short drive to Medford, MA. on Friday, Feb. 2 to test their agility in the Tufts Cupid Challenge hosted by Tufts University. The two-day competiti… Read More...

EBS ‘Beats Per Minute,’ a magnificent blossom of an HIV positive man

“Beats Per Minute” (BPM) depicts a story of a group of young HIV positive patients working in ACT UP, an international advocacy group striving to support the lives of people wi… Read More...

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