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Newly appointed Profs Jasmine Johnson and Greg Childs research the history of black movement through dance and the African diaspora
Gabriel Malseptic MBA ’14 is the co-founder and COO of a mobile app that restructures student health care
Alan Taylor Ph.D. ’86 wins his second Pulitzer Prize for an expansive study of war participation of Virginia slaves
Business students team up to design a fiscal plan for a Kenyan farm
The late Prof. Emeritus Allen Grossman Ph.D. ’60 (ENG) leaves a monumental legacy
Catie Stewart ’16 and Eli Philip ’15 built dialogue between Al-Quds and Brandeis students despite larger tensions
Nadia Hashimi ’00 publishes her first book, exploring the lives of Afghan women through a gender-bending cultural practice
Physics students travel to India to enrich research, and end up gaining spirituality
Waltham Group volunteers participate in the Memory Café, a creative forum that hosts those suffering from memory loss
Prof. Andrew Koh (CLAS) and his team excavated the world’s oldest wine cellar
Justice Brandeis Semester students travel to Mississippi to research educational racial inequality, both past and present
It was July 2014 in the North End of Boston when Ohad Elhelo ’16 received devastating news from his home country of Israel.
In 2012, when Eric Haavind-Berman ’15 and James Hayward ’16 arrived on campus, Haavind-Berman as a transfer and Hayward as a first- year, they were disappointed to find that their favorite sport, lacrosse, did not have a club team.
“This isn’t where I thought I was going to be, looking back just four months ago,” remarked Lisa Lynch, reflecting on her recent appointment to become the next University provost.
Prof. Rani Neutill (ENG) was recently appointed the interim sexual assault services and prevention specialist, to take over the responsibilities of Shelia McMahon while McMahon is on leave.
Brandeis students are more likely to be stressed, depressed or anxious than students from similarly sized universities across the nation, according to the National College Health assessment conducted last year.
Around this time last year, students from different LGBTQ+ groups across campus came together with a clear goal in mind: to create a Gender and Sexuality Center with a full-time program coordinator.
Sodexo has been quite the hot-button topic on campus as of late. Speculation as to how the company treats its workers as well as the changes to campus meal plan policies has sparked a passionate discourse regarding the company’s standing.
Prof. Dan Perlman’s (BIOL) new office has two desks and a beach ball-sized inflatable globe. Sunlight pours in from the huge windows that line the wall.