Frumhoff, the 2022 Richman Fellow, engaged with students and lectured on climate change.
Hagler's design honors Sally Ride and will be printed by the U.S. Mint for their American Women Quarters Program.
Students and faculty gathered to listen to and read poems written by Latina poets.
Fred Guttenberg spoke to students about his work as a gun violence prevention activist in a March 24 talk.
The dissociation was the result of MESA voting to endorse boycotting Israeli academic institutions.
Planned by the Student Union, "Wellness Day" included programming from different organizations on campus.
The petition asks the University to provide support for students and scholars affected by the war in Ukraine.
The panel covered Ukraine’s role in geopolitics, oil relations, and a potential no-fly zone.
Prof. Dorothy Kim (ENG) presented her progress on developing the Open Corpus Project to the Brandeis community.
The Brandeis Jewish community celebrated the holiday Purim from March 16-17.
Sami Winawer ’23 and Evan Israel ’24 attempt to make synchronized skating history while on the first American team of a new division.
The event looked specifically at art and literature that focuses on environmental activism.