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Financial aid office hopes to educate students

$65,928. That’s the number that landed Brandeis the 23rd slot in Business Insider’s 2017 list of “The Most Expensive Colleges in America.” To many families, that amount … Read More...

Federal funding for the sciences supports ground-breaking research

Have you ever wondered how much money goes into funding the scientific research that goes on at Brandeis? With seven departments and five interdepartmental programs in the scien… Read More...

Hackett addresses importance of federally funded research

The Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Subcommittee, in a bipartisan effort, rejected President Trump’s proposed budget cuts for the Nat… Read More...

SEA making waves towards a greener campus

As the earth experiences its second hottest summer of all time, the sea is becoming an ever-important focus of environmental justice. At Brandeis, students are talking about SEA … Read More...

Newest Waltham Group program educates to protect the environment

With the many issues that college students face today, it can be hard to find a balance between focusing on yourself and focusing on the environment around you. For Symbiosis, a pro… Read More...

Kids’ Club volunteers shape program direction

Teamwork. Program Development. Leadership. While these skills are typically associated with Business, HSSP and other academic programs at Brandeis, for Waltham Group Co-Pre… Read More...

Wilson, Lazaroff look to build Waltham Group community

Lee Wilson ’18 took the traditional progression of leadership within the Waltham Group. Applying at the onset of his first year at Brandeis, he volunteered for Prospect Hill Ki… Read More...

New Director of Religious and Spiritual life brings support to Brandeis community

Rabbi Elizabeth “Liza” Stern was named the first Director of Religious and Spiritual Life, a position called for in the Chaplaincy Report published in May 2015.

Stern will se… Read More...

A Hygge Summer Abroad: Books and Bars

Students typically say goodbye to each other for summer break, but for senior Danielle Simms ’18, the break was an opportunity to say hello to a new set of friends and a new city. At … Read More...

Constructing A Summer Internship

For some, summer is the perfect time to relax and unwind after a long school year full of homework and studying. For others, like Renee Korgood ’20, it is the perfect opportunity t… Read More...

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