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Why I stayed: Ian Roy

Since Brandeis opened its doors in 1948, tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of Brandeisians have come here to complete their education. But after they graduate, Brandeis oftentimes becomes a distant memory, an alma mater… Read More...

Claudia Fox Tree: a powerful educator

Claudia Fox Tree (Arawak/Yurumein) spoke at Brandeis last week for Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but she has made activism, awareness and education a big part of her life. Fox Tree recognizes the impact of stereotypes and… Read More...

Assonet Wampanoag educator discusses language reclamation and identity

Language is deeply embedded in our individual and cultural identities. For many Indigenous people, it also carries the pain of loss and the trauma of colonization. In its genocide against Indigenous people, the United States… Read More...

ShareOn: A platform with tools to create a community

A Brandeis student created a new online platform called ShareOn, where individuals can engage with each other through posts. The platform was created by Alex Blattner ’22, who wanted to build a platform that connected… Read More...

The sweetest way to be charitable

Giving back to the Brandeis community just got a whole lot sweeter! Lydia Begag ’22 has created an easy and delicious way to help out fellow Brandeisians with her new baking business that delivers. Found… Read More...

Brandeis summer mask-making initiative makes over 500 masks

Over twenty members of the Brandeis community have taken some time out of their summer to make masks to donate to The Family Van, a social service organization, through Brandeis Mask Making. Brandeis Mask Making… Read More...

The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance: A safe place to express yourself

The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) at Brandeis was created as a subdivision of the Feminist Majority Foundation. The main goal of the Feminist Majority Foundation is to “empower intersectional communities economically, socially, and politically.”… Read More...

HealthBits: A platform that educates individuals “bit-by-bit” on public health

Sabreen Huq ‘22 and Maheeb Rabbani ‘23 have created HealthBits, an online platform that aims to provide resources to educate individuals on issues related to public health. HealthBits is an educational platform that is used… Read More...

Grace Talusan to be featured in Boston Book Festival

Fannie Hurst Writer-in-Residence Grace Talusan has achieved extreme success this fall. Her short story “The Book of Life and Death” was chosen for the “One City One Story (1C1S)” Boston Book Festival program, and her… Read More...

Brandeis Closet – A page for Brandeis Students to express themselves through fashion

From ripped jeans to basic hoodies to full-on pizza onesies, Brandeis students sport a wide variety of outfits and fashion types across campus. As a well-rounded and unique student body, it’s no surprise that a… Read More...
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