Becky Winkler ’07 did not expect to publish a cookbook when she graduated from Brandeis with a bachelor degree in Psychology and Latin American Studies.
A newsroom, an office with a group of reporters, is a spot that records the shifts of a society. One of the most recent shifts society has seen came with the rise of digital technology, which has come to permeate the daily lives of most people.
Many associate Cuba with communism, the Castro family and the Cold War. These Cuban stereotypes remind many Americans of another political system and cultural circumstances.
Like a number of countries that are adjusting themselves to globalization, South Korea is right at the moment where traditional cultural heritage meets western ideology. Koreans, who are either overseas or staying domestic, set out to express their sensations and perspectives influenced by the world around them with both individual insights and cultural experiences.
While studying abroad in Ghana as an undergraduate student at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Prof.
A panel of students discussed how their understanding of social justice has been affected by internships and experiences beyond Brandeis.
From proposals on the Massell bridge to meeting for the first-time at alumni events, Brandeisians have been coming together since the University’s inception — and each story is different from the last.
On a warm fall afternoon inside a classroom in Waltham High School (WHS), six high school students talk about their own petri-dish experiments using sunscreen and yeast.
The South Eastern Asian Club and the United Against Inequities in Disease chapter hosted a screening of “Can” and a discussion on mental health.
A major motion picture to be released this Friday has journalists and filmmakers hoping that it will restore traditional avenues of reporting and investigative journalism.