Deborah and Shlomi Matias died shielding their son from Hamas gunmen, who broke into their home. The war has already taken the lives of thousands.
The ICC’s annual Indigenous Peoples' Day teach-in focused on building Indigenous sovereignty through language reclamation and cultural revitalization.
This weekend, alumni and family from around the world visited the University to connect with former classmates, current students, and to attend celebrations.
Brandeis alumnus Drew Weissman '81 and Katalin Karikó won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in recognition of their vaccine innovations.
The aftermath of Hamas’ unprecedented attack on Israel reveals a complex web of geopolitical factors and a humanitarian crisis as Israel grapples with the fallout.
Students and faculty connected with other climate activists and joined the demonstration.
First-year international students expressed their reaction to the University’s ranking drop
Paz rallies supporters to “turn the chapter” on 19-year incumbent Jeanette A. McCarthy.
Since the school year began, Brandeis students have been fluctuating between being drenched in sweat to being soaked from rainfall.
Many candidates shared their priorities of improving communication, accessibility, and resources for Brandeis students.
The Union is planning initiatives to improve its reputation, connect with students more, and improve school spirit.