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New VP of operations to join Brandeis in October

Brandeis hired its new vice president of campus operations, Lois A. Stanley, who will begin her new role on Oct. 15. Stanley’s responsibilities include overseeing “Facilities Services, Public Safety, Capital Programs, Events Management, Dining Services,… Read More...

Alumna calls for Univ. action on inclusion

Dr. Blanca Vega ’98 has always been critical of the spaces she finds herself in and Brandeis University—with its shortcomings in providing equality for all its students regardless of their racial backgrounds—is no exception, she… Read More...

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...

Research shows integration of perceptual and conceptual information

A psychology professor from the University of Toronto spoke about the relationship between the processing of perceptual and conceptual information in the brain to members of the Brandeis community gathered in the Gerstenzang Science Library.… Read More...

‘Remnant: From the Ashes’ review: a stellar shooter with a bright future

Prior to release, lots of people were calling “Remnant: From the Ashes,” “Dark Souls with guns.” The game features a lot of things that one would consider trademarks of the “Souls” games: a stamina system,… Read More...

SSIS advice column

Welcome back to the Student Sexuality Information Service (SSIS) column, where we answer any and all of Brandeis students’ questions about sex, sexuality, identity and relationships. If you have a question you’d like answered in… Read More...

Volleyball drops three on the road

Brandeis Volleyball competed in three matches this past weekend at the Connecticut College/Coast Guard Invitational, competing against DeSales University, Johnson and Wales University and, host, Connecticut College.  In their first match of the tournament, the… Read More...

A life-long orgo prof. in the making

Although Professor Kristen Mascall (CHEM) is in her sixth year at Brandeis University, she still has a campus map clipped to one of the drawers in her office, maybe because most of her time is… Read More...

Study abroad fair pushes student boundaries

Pushing boundaries, exploring beyond our peripheral vision and snatching an opportunity while it lasts are but a few characteristics that students at Brandeis share. Even with a course catalog that takes hours upon hours to… Read More...

Brandeis prof. and advocate for AAPI program leaves for University of Hawai’i

Dr. Leanne Day—a professor who has advocated for the creation of an Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies Program at Brandeis—has decided to take another university position in Hawai’i, where they have demonstrated a need… Read More...
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