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On leaving the nest

I moved to Massachusetts a year and 18 days ago. Fun fact: I still misspell “Massachusetts” every single time. How and why I ended up at Brandeis is a story for another day; all you… Read More...

Brandeis 102

Even after weeks or months or years at Brandeis, chances are you will still not have the hang of everything, or just not know about everything that exists. Hopefully the second part of the instruction… Read More...

Brandeis 101

Starting college is scary. It’s like playing a board game that you’ve never played before, but without the instructions. I, personally, am not great at figuring things out without making a mistake or two. Although… Read More...

Branda team plans community app updates

Branda, an application created by a group of Brandeis undergraduate students that combines various aspects of student life, will soon have new features added to it, following its launch in December 2018. Since its launch,… Read More...

Author speaks about critical edition of Mein Kampf

When Othmar Ploeckinger, a scholar who studies the early Nazi movement, first started working on the critical edition of “Mein Kampf” he did not think that the ideas in the book would once again be… Read More...

Philosophy Department hosts its annual spring conference

The Philosophy Department hosted its Annual Spring Conference on April 14 where philosophers from four universities shared their works on the topic of forgiveness. The conference began with Kate Moran (PHIL) and Jens Timmermann, a… Read More...

Presidential hopeful Joe Biden faces criticism for treatment of Brandeis Prof. Anita Hill

In 1991, Anita Hill (AAAS/LGLS/HS/WGS) testified that she was sexually harassed by Clarence Thomas, a then-nominee to the Supreme Court. At the time, Joe Biden was the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and now,… Read More...

How the measles outbreak really looks

Infectious diseases are nothing new to humanity. We have been fighting them since the dawn of time; fighting for our lives. What infectious diseases did for humanity during that point in time was build up… Read More...

After Schuster winds down, Justice Brandeis Law Project remains in operation

After the shutdown of the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, its Brandeis Justice Law Project (JBLP) remains in operation. Although the general atmosphere of the institute changed, the work done at the JBLP continues like… Read More...

Why joining a club is important

Coming to college isn’t an easy experience for anyone. Most people move away from home, be it five or five thousand miles away. No more homemade food (hello Sodexo), your high school friends are scattered… Read More...
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