As Brandeis University students well know, Louis D. Brandeis’ career achievements were groundbreaking and revolutionary — but many may be unaware of the achievements of Alice Goldmark Brandeis, Louis Brandeis’ wife.
It all started with a photograph. Kathy Kleiman noticed an image of women surrounding the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer, one of the first ever electronic computers.
What is progressive television? Are we really making progress? And how can the trend toward inclusive entertainment be continued and solidified.
Three alumnae discussed how you can fight for women’s rights and against climate change through investing. “Take a day or a week and just look at what you buy.
For many students, college is a time to explore new subjects while rediscovering old passions. It’s a time to find yourself.
Though he was called “Red” in affectionate homage to his flaming hair, Mindy Fried’s ’89 M.A.
“I’m a big fan of mashups and remix culture,” David Pepose ’05 said in an interview with the Justice.
Though the official definition for refugee — “a person who flees to a foreign country or power to escape danger or persecution” — encompasses 65 million people, the Hult Prize organization believes there are effectively many more.
Aging is a topic of growing importance. In current society, ageism is rarely discussed in relation to prejudice.
Author of “Making Sense: A Guide to Sensory Issues” Rachel Schneider ’05 recalled her first memory on the Brandeis campus with the Justice. “I remember the first day I stepped foot on [the Brandeis] campus with my parents for a tour.
Dan Hirshon ’04 grew up in Wonderland. An entire portion of his childhood home was filled with collectables of all kinds from Lewis Carroll’s classic novel “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” This very specific decor was the result of his father’s obsession with all things Alice.
Becky Winkler ’07 did not expect to publish a cookbook when she graduated from Brandeis with a bachelor degree in Psychology and Latin American Studies.
Graffiti Room Tucked away on the fourth floor of Tower A of Usen Castle, a small room bursts with color.
It’s the end of a royal era. At the end of this semester, Usen Castle will officially be closed as a residence hall for undergraduate students.
On Sunday night, Nov. 6, Brandeis students gathered to eat delicious comfort food and mingle with old and new friends.
It’s a sight all too common at Brandeis sporting events: empty bleachers on the Brandeis side while the opposing team’s fans are often out in full support.
Humor and the Holocaust are two things many would never expect to see go hand in hand. The genocide committed by the Nazi regime resulted in the deaths of an estimated 11 million people.
“How the hell did we get here? I’m sure Lenny Bruce would have something to say. The only problem is that if he said it back at the time he was alive, it would have landed him in court or in jail,” Arnie Reisman said after considering the current state of American politics.
Under the display labeled “Family” in the Brandeis University Archives, an abundance of black and white family photos gaze up at the viewer.
“I’ve decided that I’m completely corrupt,” reads the start of a letter tucked inside the Farber University Archives.