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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...

2018-2019 Wien Scholars reflect on life at Brandeis during 60th anniversary

The 2018-2019 Wien Scholars spoke about their experiences at Brandeis as international students and transitioning from life outside the United States for the 60th anniversary of the Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP) on March 9… Read More...

Project looks at sacred spaces around Boston

Massachusetts was founded on the basis of religious freedom, with many of the original churches and religious spaces still standing today. But what lies beyond these historic churches, temples and mosques that dot the city… Read More...

Fencing finishes season at NCAA regionals

The Brandeis men’s and women’s fencing teams completed their season this past weekend at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships, hosted by Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. The Judges had a host of top 20 finishes… Read More...

Hub Student Film Festival welcomes all undergraduate submissions

Calling all undergraduate filmmakers! Submitting your original works to major film festivals is always a nerve-wracking feat. Whether it be submitting the work or the despair of getting rejected from festival after festival, being an… Read More...

Toshizo Watanabe ’73 receives alumni achievement award

President Ron Liebowitz presented Toshizo “Tom” Watanabe ’73 with the Alumni Achievement Award this past weekend at the 60th anniversary celebration of the Wien International Scholarship Program (WISP). Watanabe graduated with a Bachelor of Arts… Read More...

Special elections fill all positions in senate and judiciary

The special elections of the Student Union filled each of the six open positions yesterday, spanning the Senate and Judiciary. A total of 688 students voted in the special election. In the Senate, Zach Kern… Read More...

Women’s track and field seeded first leading up to nationals

For the second year in a row, Brandeis will be heading to the indoor NCAA national championships. This past weekend, the men’s and women’s teams competed at Tufts University’s Last Chance Meet, competing for a… Read More...

Re: the Gates’ annual letter

I think 2018 was quite a year for everyone. And even though we’re well into March, there is always time to reflect upon the previous year. For me, 2018 brought lots of highs and lows,… Read More...

Framework task forces work with Board of Trustees

The co-chairs of the three task forces on Student Learning and Living, Supporting Research Creativity and Collaboration and Honoring Brandeis’ Founding Values led hour-long workshops with the Board of Trustees in late January, according to… Read More...
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