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Experts discuss if Iran can be stopped from getting nuclear weapons

Two experts in nuclear proliferation and an attentive audience discussed if Iran can be stopped from getting a nuclear bomb on Thursday. But the two experts, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute Robert Einhorn and… Read More...

TSA’s ‘Love, Formosa:’ a night of romance and talent

From performances of romantic songs to audience participatory activities that mimicked “The Newlywed Game,” the annual culture show hosted by the Brandeis Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) on Saturday night was a comprehensive celebration of love.… Read More...

‘Patriot Act’ spins the news

As a habitual binge watcher of TV shows, I always get excited when Netflix decides to come out with new ones; it’s another excuse to procrastinate. Despite my excitement, there is always a sense of… Read More...

Brandeis team talks the talk at the Hult Prize Competition

Imagine presenting an idea to an audience of business leaders who stare down your soul as fellow competitors wait for you to choke. You nervously clutch the microphone and stare into the eyes of a… Read More...

New app combines sustainability with grocery shopping

Going grocery shopping can be one of the most fun but difficult tasks in an adult’s life. How can one combine grocery shopping with environmental action to help sustain the planet? GreenChoice recently launched a… Read More...

Softball shuts out Eastern Nazarene

Earlier this week, the Judges defeated Eastern Nazarene College in a double header. According to an article by the Brandeis Judges website, Eastern Nazarene College scored the first run in both of the games in… Read More...

Photobook reflects on collective power of Women’s March

“We Who March,” a book of photos from the 2017 Women’s March shot by 30 photographers—28 of which were women—is a “book for the community, by the community and of the community,” according to the… Read More...

Vice president for facilities and operations is leaving Brandeis next month

Vice President of Campus Operations Jim Gray will be leaving Brandeis and joining Smith College on April 19 after working for five years at Brandeis, according to Stewart Uretsky, executive vice president for finance and… Read More...

Asian Food at Brandeis Sucks

I never expected great food when I decided to come to Brandeis. In fact, I was quite aware of the average quality of the campus food in America, being badly burned before in high school.… Read More...

TRII advocates and their stories: Jonathan Goldman

The Right to Immigration Institute (TRII) founded at Brandeis is a unique organization that trains undergraduates to become accredited representatives in immigration courts and to gain legal experience firsthand. It allows for immigrants to receive… Read More...
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