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Politicians talk about being women in office

Four local politicians spoke about the obstacles of running for and serving in office as women on Friday. Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards, Waltham City Councilor Kristine Mackin PhD ’14, State Representative Tram Nguyen and… Read More...

Brandeis institute founder accused of sexual assault

Michael Steinhardt, a billionaire Jewish philanthropist with ties to Brandeis, including an institute bearing his name, was accused of a pattern of sexual harassment in an article published by The New York Times on Thursday.… Read More...

Arcadia Ablaze

When I walked into the SCC Theater last Saturday night, I was immediately met with the scent of open flames. As I was familiar with Arcadia’s grim ending, I thought, “Wow! What a brilliant composition… Read More...

Entrepreneur lectures on building his start-up in Israel

Cybersecurity entrepreneur Udi Mokady, Chairman and CEO of CyberArk, an information security company offering Privileged Account Security, gave a lecture in Hebrew on doing business in start-up nations to Hebrew 124, as well as Hebrew… Read More...

Women’s and men’s tennis succeed on the weekend

It was a busy weekend for both the men’s and women’s tennis teams. The women split their matches, losing 9-0 on the road to Middlebury on Saturday and defeating Colby 5-0 at Gosman on Sunday.… Read More...

Visiting author discusses history of the Iranian Revolution

A visiting professor from the London School of Economics spoke about human rights and the global history of the Iranian revolution, as part of the working process for his book to get reactions from the… Read More...

Admin slow to act but upcoming AAPI minor a good step

The Brandeis administration recently announced its intention to construct a new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies minor in the next academic year, after continuous requests from interested students. This acquiescence of the university to… Read More...

The Hague abroad program will have final run this summer

After a 10-year run, the Brandeis in The Hague summer study abroad program will have its last session this summer. The program is no longer able to function as one that “meets Brandeis’s standards” after… Read More...

Brandeis graduates speak about financial issues at Brandeis

Two Brandeis graduates co-led a talk discussing the issues that lower income students face at “elite” colleges such as Brandeis, and how some of the issues they had could be solved. Gwendolyn Berumen ’16 and… Read More...

Prof. proves that all hipsters look the same in study

Hipsters all look the same, learned Professor Jonathan Touboul (MATH) while conducting a study on non-conformist culture. When MIT Technology Review initially reviewed Touboul’s study, the article contained a stock photo of a bearded man… Read More...
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