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RELIGIOUS TENSION: The panelists touched on the struggle between Jews, Christians and Muslims to share the Dome of the Rock.
BEAMING SMILES: Graduates stand on their chairs and look toward the podium as President Lawrence officially confers the degrees.
HEAD OF THE CLASS: Anna Bessendorf ’15 (left) and Caiwei (Alison) Zheng ’15 (right) presented the Class of 2015 banner on Sunday.
TO THEE ALMA MATER: Members of the a capella group VoiceMale, including Elan Wong ’15 (left), Adam Jones ’15 (center) and Benjamin Udo ’15 (right), led the Brandeis Alma Mater.
PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL: Chomsky spoke on several different topics, including the Vietnam war and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING: Prof. Isaac Krauss (CHEM) received the Michael L. Walzer ’56 Award for Teaching at Thursday's faculty meeting.
ATTACKING OPPORTUNITY: Smit Mahida ’18 dribbles the ball upcourt in BFC’s loss to Stallion and the Gals last Thursday. night.
ART, MUSIC AND HISTORY: Jones noted that her work incorporates black history, jazz history and acoustic and architectural principles in her drawing installations and ‘acoustic paintings’—works that combine sound modifying devices and art.
Festive Fun: One voyager [lower left] carefully spells out "Happy Valentine's Day" with the help of a teacher and the other [above right] writes the alphabet in green to decorate his card.
Hard at work: Members of the Voyager classroom draw and glue shapes of hearts to Valentine's Day cards that will be sold at the Lemberg Valentine's Day bake sale.
Some samples: Teachers work closely with the preschoolers to help them understand Valentine's Day and by asking them what they think love is.
VOICE OF PASSION: Dan Truong ’15 feels a personal connection to his campus publication because of his own experience as an Asian-American at Brandeis.
ARTISTIC ATTIRE: Aviva Paiste ’15 created these garmets—a pink sweater and a multicolored dress— with feminist themes in mind. The sweater represents a vagina and the dress also focuses on female anatomy with its widened hips that are accentuated with frills.
CHANGE THE WORLD: Students discuss entrepreneurship at an event sponsored by the Business Program.
LUNGING AHEAD: Saberist Eric Shen ’16 participates the team’s home victory against New York University on Saturday.
Benji Bernstein ’15 coordinates Student Events’ GrooveBoston concert