State on fire today, state underwater tomorrow
We need to take steps to protect our environment now because the climate is already changing. We have the technology, and if we act now, we might have the time to make a big difference. We don’t need to live in floods and flames.
Are books really better: Rethinking the standard
When reflecting on these and so many other stories, I realized that while books might be better, sometimes films actually allow the audience to reimagine a story that shatters expectations of what the story looks like.
Support and resources for our return to campus
The spring 2023 semester has officially begun, bringing with it the arrival of midyear students and the start of classes. As we start a new semester, the Brandeis community also continues to grapple with and process last November’s shuttle accident that led to dozens of injuries and the loss of student Vanessa Mark’s life. In light of these added strains to the start of a new term, this board would like to offer support, resources, and reminders to our fellow students.
New England has a Nazi problem — Here’s how activists around the Boston area are fighting it
Mentoring while hungry: grad students face food insecurity
Police log 5-22-23
Goodbye Brandeis, I’m ready to move on
Drew Weissman ’81 encourages the Class of 2023 to “embrace the spirit of perseverance”