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How to be an artist in today’s political climate

It seems that every time I look at the news, there is another tragedy, political scandal, natural disaster––the list goes on. In today’s political climate, it is hard to remain positive and feel that I… Read More...

New English course explores medieval play and LARPing

Full cosplay, foam swords and a bear, oh my! Professor Dorothy Kim (ENG) offered the course “Medieval Play: Drama, LARP, and Video Games” for the first time this semester. Any cosplay and video game lover… Read More...

Brandeis professor wins early career award from American Physical Society

Brandeis Professor Aparna Baskaran (PHYS) received the 2019 Early Career Award for Soft Matter Research from the American Physical Society (APS), a nonprofit organization that works to advance knowledge on physics, according to the APS… Read More...

Pre-health advising offers guidance

Although Brandeis offers great academic advising services for students, there is also a subset of advising for students on the pre-health track. Located within the Office of Academic Advising, the Pre-Health Advising office is determined… Read More...

2018 film in review: indie film delivers

This list is extremely subjective. It’s not hard to see that my taste is for art films about trauma or depression or some combination of both. But if you can forgive me my opinions, I’d… Read More...

Student team launches new Branda app

This week marked the launch of the new app Branda, designed and managed by a team of students to make campus life easier. The app has eight features: Brandeis news, hours, calendar, shuttle tracker, laundry… Read More...

Brandeis professor and graduate student publish research on memory

Brandeis Associate Professor Angela Gutchess (PSYCH) published research in the online journal Brain and Cognition along with two graduate co-authors, demonstrating that older adults were more likely than younger adults to believe a lie they… Read More...

The power of conceding

The political world has felt much more chaotic to me now than it has in any other point in my lifetime. Many political debates in the news or online are arguments that are going over… Read More...

Saudi Arabia: The lesser of two evils

Churchill and Roosevelt are revered. Stalin is loathed. Yet it was the latter’s army that liberated Auschwitz, Chelmno and Majdanek. Stalin remains one of history’s most brutal dictators, but for the United States, the decision… Read More...

Indoor track and field opens the season at UMass

The Brandeis University indoor track and field team opened its 2018-19 campaign this weekend at the UMass Boston Invitational. The Judges saw one school record broken and had one event winner and five other top… Read More...
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