Tucked away in the Usdan Student Center is a small office that directs all fellowship efforts on campus.
I love to see Student Events' logo attached to an event, because it can only mean one thing: free food.
Correction appended There is a fundamental problem with this year's Volunteer Vacation, which encouraged students to go to help with literacy efforts in Philadelphia.
Anyone who lives off-campus can agree: the lifestyle is not perfect. When it snows, we have to shovel ourselves out before we trudge to class.
Upon hearing that the Rose Art Museum was providing free wine and cheese at its exhibition opening, I quickly made my way down to lower campus to avail myself of the opportunity.
Yesterday marked a week since the passing of Akshay R.
In the mood to commune with Henry David Thoreau? In New England, it's possible. A mere nine miles from Brandeis, you can see exactly where Thoreau made his cabin and lived in nature, which inspired possibly his most famous text, Walden. Walden Pond, hidden in Concord, Mass.-and apparently unreachable by GPS, according to a recent New York Times article-is one of those New England gems one must visit during their four year stay at Brandeis. On a popular beach day at the Pond, you can find yourself sharing the sand with hundreds of other New Englanders, whether they're literary enthusiasts, nature enthusiasts or just looking for a place to spend the day.
A television show about the life and romantic misadventures of a slightly overweight OB/GYN obsessed with romantic comedies.
In early June, the Walmart Foundation announced that more than $20 million in grants would be dispersed to six nonprofit partners, including a $5 million gift to the Heller School for Social Policy and Management Center for Youth and Communities, which aids programs that prepare youth for college and working life via research, policy work and technical assistance.
Meditating on her fond memories of the time she spent at the University 25 years ago, Deborah Bial '87, founder of the Posse Foundation, advised members of the Class of 2012 about their capacity to affect social change.