To Prof. David Hackett Fischer (HIST), “history is not only about the past: it’s about memories of the past, it’s about experiences of the present, and it’s about anticipation of the future,” Fischer said in an interview with the Justice.
As medical technology advances, 3D printing is revolutionizing the field of prosthetics, especially for children.
Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities are a very marginalized population in the world.
If you happen to drive down Barretts Mill Road in Concord on a Friday afternoon you’re likely to see Brandeis students hovering over holes in the ground or shaking dirt through a strainer.
Although we are currently only seven games into the Brandeis Men’s soccer season, one man has paced the sidelines of each game for the past 43 years.
“Within Community Comes Unity,” reads the slogan for the Department of Community Service at Brandeis.
Nyah Macklin ’16, former class of 2016 senator an African and African-American Studies major was officially sworn in as Student Body President in April.
Regarded as "Jerusalem’s oldest landmark," the Dome of the Rock, built in the 7th century, carries deep religious significance for Muslims, Jews and Christians.
She tries to explain the importance of being in the presence of original works of art, as opposed to their digital reproductions, by recounting a recent experience she had with a famed sculpture. “When you’re studying on a screen, you can’t imagine how big it is, the dimension of it,” says Myung Joo Khang ’16, an Art History major.
Brandeis alumnus Michael Kaplan ’00 considers himself “Small, Dork and Handsome.” Or, at least, the title of his most recent comedy album does.
Many would argue that the world of journalism has drastically changed course, leaving traditional avenues of reporting and investigaton in the dust.
FL: The Brandeis character is a commitment to inquiry.
justFeatures: Let’s start at the beginning. What inspired you to accept the presidency back in 2010 after Jehuda Reinharz had first stepped down? Frederick Lawrence: I think a couple of things.
Bethany Adam ’15: Commencement Speaker From the graduation podium to international humanitarian work, Bethany Adam ’15 hopes to impact as many people as she can.
“What are the flowers for?” was a common question or thought for most students who happened to walk through the Fellows Garden on Friday afternoon.
While some Brandeis students will be spending their summer months working jobs and internships or enjoying sunny vacations, Betsy Hochman ’17 will be training to compete against triathletes from around the world. A relative newcomer to triathlons, Hochman has quickly risen in the national ranks in her age group.
“I won this stupid crown for something,” Linor Abargil says playfully, captivating the audience with great composure in the Wasserman Cinematheque. This stupid crown—the Miss World crown—has helped empower Linor Abargil to tell her story.
Many people believe that meditation is used to improve one’s self. Noel Coakley, a counselor at the Psychological Counseling Center, believes that reducing meditation to a self-improvement tool misses the essence of why meditation is important.
How often have you found yourself torn between choosing an apple or a bowl of ice cream? The struggle between choosing to eat healthy and indulging in your favorite treats is a difficult one, but Michael Shoretz ’09 doesn’t believe that you have to compromise.
Although Brandeis’ campus is just beginning to thaw out from the harsh winter, some students have been planning for the onset of spring for months.