University exhibits ‘REDress Project’
Indigenous artist Jaime Black and students in the CAST program curate a “REDress” installation for the Brandeis campus.
Students celebrate 12th Kindness Day
The week was full of activities, including kindness card making and food-related events.
The Justice interviews City Councilor for Ward 7
An alumni of the University discussed his personal and academic background as well as plans for the future of Ward 7.
Hill speaks on gender violence
The Heller School hosted a discussion with Anita Hill about her most recent book, “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence.”
Hebrew Program hosts Language and Arts festival
The Hebrew Language and Arts Festival featured a variety of Israeli speakers who showcased their work.
UTC performs ‘The Wolves’
The Undergraduate Theater Collection presents a coming-of-age story written by Sarah Delappe.
Award winning journalist speaks to students
Brandeis Women’s Network invited journalist to share her insights on her career and motivation.
Climatologist awarded prestigious Fellowship
The 2022 Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life award was granted to climatologist Peter Frumhoff.
Former Foreign Services senior officer speaks on Israel and Palestine
BIPAC guest speaker Dave Harden discussed his experiences serving in the Middle East.
Newbie Starving Artists perform
The a cappella group introduced its four newest members at its first concert of the semester.
Prof. discusses history and future of jihadism in the West
Klausen’s new book, “Western Jihadism: A Thirty Year History,” traces the development of the terrorist movement from its origins in the 1990s.
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
Losing big in the Brandeis housing lottery
Industry expert Jimmy Kang leads audio engineering workshop