Commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day
The University’s Hillel Rabbi emailed the Brandeis Community about the importance of remembering and honoring victims of the Holocaust.
Architect explores “post-concreteness”
Galen Pardee ’11 presented his research for the Richard Saivetz ’69 Annual Memorial Architectural Lecture Series.
Crown Center hosts New York University professors
Professors discussed the political details and debates behind how foreign workers are treated in the Gulf.
New vice president of DEI
Bitsóí, who is coming from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, is set to begin his tenure at Brandeis on March 14.
Organization achieves non-profit status
BaselineMed, founded and led by Brandeis students, works to provide support for BIPOC medical students.
University president responds to Zoom-bombing incident
President Ron Liebowitz emailed faculty in December responding to the previous month’s incident.
Brandeis alum named a Hero of the Year
Drew Weissman ‘81, was given the honor of “Hero of the Year” by Time Magazine, a title he now shares with other vaccine scientists.
Waltham Group hosts volunteer recruitment night
Waltham Group held a recruitment event to encourage students to participate in a wide range of community service programs offered by the organization.
University ranked 25th most expensive in the country
A recent ranking reported by CBS showed the 50 most expensive four-year undergraduate universities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New faculty members describe teaching amidst COVID-19
The University welcomed 25 new faculty members to the teaching staff last semester.
A Brandeis alum turned terrorist in the news amidst hostage situation
The release of Aafia Siddiqui, also known as “Lady Al-Queda” by major media outlets, was used as a motive by the captor.
Rolling with the punches: midyear orientation
Due to the surge of Omicron cases, midyear orientation was moved almost entirely online just days before new students arrived.
Boston’s queer nightlife scene, in photos
It is a truth universally acknowledged: A look at adaptation in Pride & Prejudice
Orientation Leaders go on strike, declare unionization
Industry expert Jimmy Kang leads audio engineering workshop
2023 NBA Playoff picture