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Lecture discusses changing perceptions on human rights

A professor at Yale University lectured on human rights and nationalism at the 55th annual Simon Rawidowicz lecture, “Rights and Nationhood from 1948 to the Present” on Thursday. Professor Samuel Moyn, who also works at… Read More...

Professor speaks about assisted death in North America

Professor Anita Hannig (ANTH) was joined by members of the Brandeis community to discuss her ongoing research in medical aid-in-dying. Hannig went on sabbatical last semester to pursue her research, mainly residing in Oregon and… Read More...

Joan Morgan examines Hip-Hop Evolution through Lauryn Hill

This past Wednesday, award-winning critic Joan Morgan discussed the evolution of feminism and hip hop culture with her latest book, “She Begat This: 20 Years of the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” which reflects on hip-hops… Read More...

The Brandeis Bagel ‘schmears’ memes across social media

Step aside, Gravity magazine—there’s a new satirical platform on campus for all the latest memes. “The Brandeis Bagel,” started by Dane Leoniak ’20 and Perry Letourneau ’20, posts daily on Instagram and Facebook with joking… Read More...

Brandeis land had significance to indigenous peoples

The land Brandeis sits on was sacred to the indigenous peoples who lived on it, according to the Mattakeeset tribal Chief. The land was shared among the Massachusett people, which includes four contemporary surviving tribes:… Read More...

Host an open forum on accessibility

Yesterday, students in the advocacy group Addressing Accessibility at Brandeis emailed a letter and personal statements to President Ron Liebowitz. The documents were written by students with disabilities and were accompanied by a list of… Read More...

Brandeis celebrates 9th Kindness Day

The Brandeis community came together to celebrate Brandeis’ ninth Annual Kindness Day this Thursday. Students, faculty and staff set up stations around campus that provided creative ways to recognize and uplift various members within the… Read More...

Brandeis graduate arrested for hate crimes

Brandeis graduate James Polite ’18 was charged with four hate crimes crime last Friday, Nov. 2, according to articles by The New York Times and CNN. He was charged for anti-Semitic statements written on a… Read More...

Sodexo workers treat students like family

The Brandeis student body is populated with students from all over the world. We have students from Tajikistan, Turkey, Australia, Montana, Singapore, South Dakota, India, California—the list goes on. Even if you are a student… Read More...

Turns out, ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ requires no forgiveness

Without an ample marketing budget, indie movies often lack a worthy trailer. My heart hurt a little earlier this year when a friend told me the taut, micro-budget “Thoroughbreds” looked bad—but, then again, based on… Read More...
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