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Student Union President and Vice President discuss goals for next year

The Student Union President and Vice President for the 2021-2022 academic year are Krupa Sourirajan ’23 and Courtney Thrun ’22. Elections were held on April 7, with a record-breaking amount of student participation, according to… Read More...

‘The Lathe of Heaven:’ the pinnacle of pandemic entertainment

The COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on many things in our lives as we have had to learn how to reinvent the way we interact, learn and live in a world separated by at least… Read More...

Shower orange part II: grappling with grapefruit?

This past week has been interesting, both because of housing assignment anxiety and my experiment regarding shower oranges. First and foremost, I feel the same (although possibly worse due to outside forces such as finals… Read More...

Looking back and forwards on Liebowitz’s presidency

After succeeding interim president Lisa M. Lynch as the ninth president of the university in 2016, the Board of Trustees has approved President Ron Liebowitz for another five year contract. The period of negotiation was… Read More...

The wins keep on coming for softball

After winning their first eight games of the season, the Brandeis Judges softball team proceeded to win another four games over the weekend to push their winning streak to 12 games and make their record… 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...

Softball wins another six games in a row

After starting off the season 2-0, the Brandeis Judges Softball team continued their strong start by another six games in a row. In the first of these six wins, the Judges beat Anna Maria 7-1… Read More...

The HWL unit Brandeis THINKS will help us

In life some things just seem to happen for a reason, whether or not they were planned by someone else deliberately. These moments become learning experiences for us all as they teach us to navigate… Read More...

Speakers highlight the importance of news and education for incarcerated people

Perseverance while in prison can be difficult, said Donald Washington, Jr. in a webinar hosted by the university. Washington and Lawrence Bartley,  journalists at The Marshall Project—a nonprofit news organization about criminal justice in the… 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...
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