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‘It’s Time’ provides much-needed comedic relief on campus

UPDATED 10/19 at 5:33 p.m. For days leading up to Oct. 13, 2018, organizers Perry Letourneau ’20 and Dane Leoniak ’20 had posted on a Facebook page event counting down to “It’s Time.” The event… Read More...

BUSDT wins pentathlon at RWU

The Brandeis University swimming and diving team (BUSDT) opened their 2018-2019 season with a pentathlon meet at Roger Williams University (RWU) on Oct. 6. Under the coaching of recently appointed Head Coach Nicole Carter, the… Read More...

Skyline ceremony officially opens residence hall

Brandeis celebrated the opening of its newest residence hall, Skyline, at Skyline Commons on Sept. 27, 2018. The ceremony included a ribbon cutting and dedication of the building and was attended by President Ron Liebowitz… Read More...

Preliminary research shows promising future for learning and memory

Students and faculty gathered in Gerstenzang to hear a speech by renowned scientist H. Craig Heller, the Lorry I. Lokey/Business Wire Professor and a Professor of Biology at Stanford University on Sept. 18. Professor Michael… Read More...

Annual community ‘Break Fast’ marks the end to Yom Kippur

UPDATED 9/2 at 2:13 a.m. Hundreds of Brandeis students, faculty and staff gathered in a large tent on the Great Lawn for “Break the Fast” at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 19. Initially created by former… Read More...

An open letter to the Class of 2022

Dear Class of 2022, Two years ago I was in your shoes—I could feel the butterflies in my stomach, nervous and excited, sitting in the car waiting to drive up Loop Road to my new… Read More...

SEAC honors Southeast Asian cultures in AYALA

The Southeast Asia Club (SEAC) held its seventh annual culture show, AYALA, in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, March 24. The night, divided into two main acts, continued to bring up the “back in time” theme,… Read More...

Double trouble: students major in varying disciplines

Neeti Kulkarni ’21 Neeti Kulkarni ’21 didn’t plan on becoming a music major until she was surrounded by them. She attended a chamber music camp in Minnesota with instructors from conservatories at nearby universities, a… Read More...

Brandeis Triskelion brings Pride Month to an energetic start with ‘The Gay Gatsby’

Brandeis’ LGBTQ+ social group Triskelion (Trisk) started off Pride Month with its annual Prom. The 1920s themed “The Gay Gatsby” event reclaimed Prom for queer students who may not have been able to comfortably attend… Read More...

TSA’s Nightmarket brings authentic international cuisine to Brandeis campus

The Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)’s annual Nightmarket lit up the Fellows Garden outside of the SCC on Saturday, Oct. 7. For an evening, the Garden was transformed into a traditional night market, complete with string… Read More...
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