Ben Segal '20 and his team recently won HackHarvard. Their winning pitch was a technological solution to waste disposal called EcoSoft.
A student run voter-registration drive helped dozens of Brandeis students claim absentee ballots last Thursday.
Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum spoke to faculty about how to talk about what is often an uncomfortable subject, race.
Emily Bryson '19, took home an All-America award last week for her first place win in the 3,000 meter NCAA race.
After picking up a book about coffee, Max Keilson ’13 came across a short paragraph describing how coffee grows inside a fruit on a tree.
In the midst of incoming freshman, Guy Raz ’96 took his first step onto the Brandeis campus. But instead of locating his dorm, Raz headed straight to the Usdan student center, into a grungy, subterranean office where he began his undergraduate journalism career by writing an op-ed column for the Justice. Since graduating from Brandeis, Raz, has worked as a host for NPR’s “All Things Considered,” as a CNN foreign correspondent and as a professor of journalism.
Author of “Making Sense: A Guide to Sensory Issues” Rachel Schneider ’05 recalled her first memory on the Brandeis campus with the Justice. “I remember the first day I stepped foot on [the Brandeis] campus with my parents for a tour.
Alongside her role as a professor at Brandeis for the course Latinos in the United States, Prof. Madeleine Lopez (HIST) also encourages learning about different cultures at the Intercultural Center as its new director.