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Send the flyers flying

Inspired by last week’s piece on plastic utensils and bags on campus and my recent trip back home, I also wanted to share an idea on how to make the Brandeis campus more green. The… Read More...

Dining Services introduces compostable tableware

Brandeis Dining Services introduced a new initiative that included providing compost bins as well as compostable tableware instead of plastic tableware at events, in a series of information sessions called Let’s Talk Trash. Manager of… Read More...

Brandeis University Press book wins award

Noam Zadoff’s “Gershom Scholem: From Berlin to Jerusalem and Back,” published by Brandeis University Press (BUP), won the 2018 Concordia University Azrieli Institute Award for the Best Book in Israel Studies, according to a article… Read More...

Why is politics in my breakfast cereal?

When I first came to Brandeis, something that immediately stood out to me was that talk of politics was everywhere. Initially I dismissed that as a cultural difference, but the more time I spent here… Read More...

Campus conversations discusses facilities, improvements

Students discussed campus living, including work orders, recycling, laundry facility access for students with disabilities and the possibility of installing pianos in first-year dorms at a conversation about community living Nov. 8. Hannah Brown ’19,… Read More...

Campus vigil held after Pittsburg synagogue shooting

A campus vigil was held in light of the shooting at the Pittsburgh Tree of Life synagogue on Oct. 27. The vigil included songs and prayers, led by Rabbi Liza Stern, the director of the… Read More...

Women recount family members’ experience during the Holocaust

Two women recounted how they discovered their family histories and their ancestors’ different experiences of the Holocaust (one was a Schutzstaffel (S.S.) agent and the other a Holocaust survivor) at a lecture on Monday, Oct.… Read More...

Town hall discusses China-U.S. relations

The 12th annual CHINA Town Hall was streamed at the Brandeis International Lounge on Tuesday, Oct. 9. CHINA Town Hall is a platform that allows people in the United States to have a conversation about… Read More...

Students share poems on identity at Gittler Prize event

Numerous speeches and poems connected to aspects of identity and education were performed at the Evening of Art, Identity, and Lived Experience with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum on Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Intercultural Center.… Read More...

Brandeis sustainability fair highlights programs

Mary Fischer, the manager of sustainability programs, gave a report on the initiatives since the 2015 fiscal year to reduce Brandeis’s carbon footprint and discussed future plans that are to be implemented at State of… Read More...
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