CLAY CLAN: From left to right Marisa Rubel ’17, James Conlon ’16, Jack Holloman ’16 and Brittany Finney ’17, the leadership team for the Brandeis Pottery Club, pose for a picture.
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Student Union President Sneha Walia ’15 discussed progress and addressed concerns yesterday.
Dr. Geraldine notes absence of females in Israeli science.
LOCKING BLADES: Anna Craven ’18 (left) squares off with an opponent from Cornell University during a home meet on Sunday.
Members of the Brandeis community held and lit each other's candles at a vigil on Sunday to commemorate the victims of recent terror attacks in Jerusalem.
FIRST TOUCH: Forward Tyler Savonen ’15 (center) cuts through two defenders during the team’s 1-0 win against Bowdoin College.
From left to right: Dr. Thomas F. O’Brien, Maryn McKenna and Dr. Michael Graziano spoke on the panel.
Six professors discussed climate change in the International Lounge in the Usdan Student Center on Monday.
FIRST ACT: Prashanth Venkataramanujam opened for Coulier. His opening focused on his 25 letter long last name and his struggles with its length during his youth.
AHEAD OF THE PACE: Max Fabian ’15, who took fourth in the 1,650-yard freestyle on Saturday, races at home on Oct. 18.
LIFT OFF: Sam Zucker ’18 launches off the diving board during a home meet versus Wheaton College (Mass.) on Oct. 18.
Animal behaviorist Dr. Stephanie Born-Weil discussed declawing and answered audience question on ‘The Paw Project.’
HEAD OVER HEELS: Sam Zucker ’18 curls into a dive during the Judges’ home meet versus Wheaton College on Saturday.
A flag hangs on the Catholic chapel for LGBTQ History Month.
ALL ABOUT THAT BAND: After the lighting ceremony, indie rock band The Antlers performed.
ENLIGHTENING SPEECH: Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Perry Traquina ’78 (center), said that he hopes the attendees will remember this moment as they follow their dreams in their future endeavors.
LET OUR MINDS BE BOLD: On Wednesday evening, the Brandeis community gathered for a dedication and lighting of Chris Burden’s site-specific installation, “Light of Reason.”
CONFRONTING TABOOS: On Friday night, comedian Arvin Mitchell, who is popular in the college circuit, performed a stand-up routine confronting social issues through comedy.
UP TO THE TASK: Forward Evan Jastremski ’17 (left) looks past a Clark University defender during the team’s 4-0 win on Saturday.
OUT IN FRONT: Maddie Dolins ’17 (front) and Kelsey Whitaker ’16 (left) lead a pack of runners in a home meet versus the University of Southern Maine, a meet won by the Judges.