Housing lottery numbers were reissued to upperclassmen following oversights in the system.
The founders of Keshet, an LGBT inclusion organization, discussed the way Jewish law treats gender and sexuality.
Interim President Lisa Lynch discussed the effect the University's legacy has on its values and opportunities today.
The survey gathered data on how students perceive whether tuition costs impacts their future opportunities.
VP for Campus Operations Jim Gray announced updates on campus renovations yesterday.
‘Trainwreck’ Summer 2015 was an exciting couple of months in the film industry.
“Worth It” Each year, artists compete to have one of their songs crowned the official “Song of the Summer.” This year, in my opinion, there was no decisive winner of this prestigious title.
Cohen Center study reports high levels of anti-semitism and anti-Israel sentiment on many campuses in California and Canada
In late July, the fellows of the Maurice and Marilyn Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis published the latest in a series of studies regarding attendees on the Birthright-Taglit trip to Israel.
On Saturday, Prof. Ben Gomes-Casseres ’76 (IBS) delivered the annual address to the new members of Brandeis’ chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa society.
Students and community members hold vigil to mourn for victims of recent ISIS attacks against Ethiopian Christians
Community members gathered to mourn the lives of Ethiopian Christians executed by the Islamic State in Libya on April 19.