Climate justice activism presses univ. for action

Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ) and Faculty Against the Climate Threat (FACT) are pressing the university to diversify Brandeis’ endowment from fossil fuels more actively than ever before. After 79 percent of students voted in support of divestment in an April 2013 referendum, the administration formed the Exploratory Committee on Fossil Fuel Divestment, a committee dedicated […]

Students hold sit-in promote reinstatement of Al-Quds partnership

On Friday, March 6, 15 students and alumni held a community gathering in President Fred Lawrence’s office demanding a meeting discussing the restoration of the university’s partnership with Al-Quds University. This group requested the meeting be held within the week. Catie Stewart ’16, Eli Philip ’15 and Naomi Hornstein ’15 organized the event with a […]

Spirit band brings rhythm to the court

Originally from Cherry Hill, NJ, Alex Faye ’15, a politics and American Studies major with minors in Legal Studies and music, keeps himself busy on campus. He serves as the musical director for various programs on campus, including the student-run pops orchestra Top Score. He also serves as a member of the Brandeis Wind Ensemble, […]

Surviving Sodexo: Breakfast supreme

Breakfast is commonly thought of as the most important meal of the day. While Sherman does have a wide variety of breakfast options ranging from waffles to hash browns to custom-made eggs, these options alone can become old after a while. Below is the recipe to the Sum Waffle, a waffle created by Eric Goldberg […]

MusicUnitesUs brings Fargana Qasimova & Ensemble to Brandeis

The performers walked onto the Slosberg Recital Hall stage in brilliantly colored clothing. Their entrance was grand—a slight shimmer here and there of the fabric at the back of the gown—and then all five musicians took their seats on a great red rug. They wielded five somehow similar, yet peculiarly unique, instruments, and got down […]