On Friday, students across campus celebrated National Coming Out Day with Pride Deis. The event featured moments of reflection and celebration amid torrential rain.
"Life in a Suitcase" is a series focused on sharing the stories of immigrant students, staff and faculty members at Brandeis, with the hope that it will encourage people to adopt a different perspective on a controversial issue.
Brandeis Climate Justice traded chocolate pretzels for chats about climate change.
70 years ago, Mao Zedong conquered all under heaven, driving the last remnants of General Chiang’s forces onto a barren island known as Taiwan. In the following years, chaos ensued as the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution devoured the mainland, decimating the population and destroying the culture.
When you think about politically charged debates regarding the nature of the Iraq War and the morality of American military activity on the world stage, does Ellen DeGeneres cross your mind? Until very recently, I’d assume that answer was a definite no.
Wednesday’s terror attacks on a synagogue in Halle, Germany are yet another gruesome reminder of the world we live in. That is, a world filled with hate. The attack took place on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar. It is a time for atonement, a day during which many people belonging to the Jewish faith fast and spend hours in synagogue, trying to repent. I was raised Jewish and identify as such; even though I do not fast and I rarely attend services, this horrible event is one that struck me because it was live-streamed.
Brandeis volleyball failed to break their losing streak after this weekends games.
As the cross country season progresses, the Judges have performed well in each of their three meets.
Facing Case Western Reserve opponents this weekend, Brandeis’ women’s soccer team prevailed and the men’s team escaped defeat.
Arts & Culture
This week, the Justice spoke with Pramoda Bapatla ’20, one of the co-presidents of Namastar, about their event, It’s Garba Season!, on Oct. 12.
Students helped ease their home sickness with some familiar tastes, explored the unfamiliar dishes from countries that they have been to or want to visit, or simply just hung out with friends to relax.
By the nature of its presentation, graffiti is an art form that challenges the established order.