Finding my place at Brandeis

As I now sit here with only one day of classes left, I can’t help but marvel at how my college journey unfolded in ways I never expected. It’s been a wild ride, one that began with COVID-19 and meandered through moments of isolation, discovery and profound growth. It’s a story I feel compelled to […]

Brandeis University’s ‘A’ Grade Evaluation by the Anti-Defamation League

Brandeis University has recently been awarded with an “A” grade on the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) Campus Antisemitism Report card, making it one of only two universities nationwide to attain this top rating. The accolade recognizes Brandeis’ commitment to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for its Jewish community amid rising concerns about antisemitism on college […]

Brandeis Department of Theater Arts Presents ‘Wolf Play’ by Hansol Jung

“Wolf Play” by Hansol Jung explores the meanings and boundaries of family in contemporary society, delving into the complex dynamics of transnational adoption with as much raw emotion and introspective nuance. Directed by Sarah Shin, the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts presented this play at the Laurie Theater, Spingold Theater Center from March 8-10, 2024. […]

Legal Studies program and Pre-Law Society hosts Legal Studies fair and panel event

On March 18th, the Brandeis Pre-Law Society and Legal Studies Undergraduate Department Representatives (LGLS UDRs) hosted a Legal Studies Fair at Lurias Conference Center in Sherman from 5 p.m. to 5:40 p.m. This event was a collaborative effort aimed at bringing together various legal studies-related clubs and the Legal Studies program to create an engaging […]

The Office of Study Abroad celebrates ‘I Love Study Abroad Week’

Brandeis University’s Office of Study Abroad hosted “I Love Study Abroad Week” from Feb 5th to 9th, aiming to showcase the diversity and opportunities of their 200 approved programs in 58 different countries around the world. The week-long celebration was designed to engage students directly, making the prospect of international study both exciting and approachable.  […]

Mellon Sawyer seminar series hosts virtual event: ‘From Comfort Woman to Comfort Child: Genealogies of Gendered and Sexualized Violence in the Korean Diaspora’

On Jan. 23, Brandeis University hosted an online seminar titled “From Comfort Woman to Comfort Child: Genealogies of Gendered and Sexualized Violence in the Korean Diaspora” as a part of its Mellon Sawyer seminar series for the year, themed “Imperiled Bodies: Slavery, Colonialism, Citizenship and the Logics of Gender-Based Violence.” Yuri Doolan of Brandeis University […]

Faculty sentiments on recent campus issues

The Brandeis University community is currently navigating a complex and sensitive period marked by heightened discussions and actions surrounding issues of free speech, student safety and the impact of international events on campus life, specifically the Israel-Hamas war. The series of developments and debates during this period reflects broader national and global concerns, as there […]

Brandeis administrator awarded $2.46 million in discrimination lawsuit

In a recent legal verdict, a Middlesex Superior Court jury has ruled in favor of Robin Nelson-Bailey, a former administrator at Brandeis University, in a discrimination lawsuit against the institution. This case stems from allegations of racial discrimination, gender discrimination and retaliation that Nelson-Bailey asserted she faced from school officials in the aftermath of a […]

Women’s Studies Research Center hosts webinar on empowering young women leaders

On Tuesday, April 25, the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) hosted a virtual event titled “Taking Initiative: Addressing the Challenges Facing Young Women Leaders.” The event was hosted by WSRC Resident Scholar Phoebe K. Schnitzer, Student Partner Thea Rose ’23 and Carissa Durfee, the Assistant Dean from the Dean of Students office.    During […]