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Raising awareness for the farmers’ protests in India

On March 26, Professor Avinash Singh (HIST/IGS/SAS) gave a talk on the farmers’ protests in India to raise awareness of the ongoing issue. He explained that India has had many farmers’ protests, and the majority… Read More...

‘Life in beauty: From Business to Art and Philanthropy,’ a conversation with Leonard Lauder

The leading skincare, makeup and cosmetics company Estée Lauder was founded in 1946. Estée Lauder’s son, Leonard Lauder, joined the company in 1958. He created one of the industry’s first research and design laboratories. Lauder… Read More...

The proof is in the pastries

What started as a joke has become a Brandeis smash hit! Lydia Begag ’22 started That Bitch Baking, found at @thatbitchbaking on Instagram, as a joke back in September 2020, but she has made a… Read More...

Brandeis’s first, but hopefully not last, Craft Market

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has taken away so much, art has persevered. The many various people—both buyers and sellers—at the Craft Market prove just that. The Craft Market was one of the many events that… Read More...

‘Earth Week at Brandeis 2021:’ A time to emphasize sustainability, environmentalism and justice

This year, the biggest Earth Day celebration occurred on Brandeis’s campus over a week. Earth Day turned into “Earth Week at Brandeis 2021” and there were many events throughout the week to celebrate the planet… Read More...

New and upcoming Undergraduate Research Symposium

The first ever all-discipline Undergraduate Research and Creative Collaborations Symposium will be held virtually on April 30, showcasing more than 120 projects across the sciences, social sciences, humanities and creative arts. As of now, the… Read More...

The Right to Immigration Institute (TRII) aids individuals in their immigration process during a pandemic

UPDATED: 4/23/2021, 10:30 a.m. TRII is a 501(c)(3) organization that was founded by three students and a professor with the goal of aiding individuals in the immigration process and making sure that no one goes… Read More...

Camille Eskell’s beautiful Jewish art

Camille Eskell has always been surrounded by Fez caps. She spoke on this topic, as well as many others related to her art, in a virtual talk on Thursday, April 1. At the event, she… Read More...

Period Activists at ‘Deis continue their work

Following a name change, Period Activists at ‘Deis (PAD) continue their work on menstrual education and equality.   The name change was caused by recent controversy with the club’s parent organization, PERIOD. “We were originally a… Read More...

Villarosa highlights racism in healthcare

Health coverage journalist and author Linda Villarosa recently spoke to the Brandeis community about racism in healthcare in a webinar hosted by Professor Wangui Muigai (AAAS/HSSP/HIST). “In the United States, we spend the most on… Read More...
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