In light of the campus demonstrations following recent developments in the Israel-Hamas war, past events of civil unrest serve to remind us of the long-standing Brandeis tradition of demanding change through student organization.
Alumna Alexandra Thomas ʼ18 is an adjunct professor in the African and African American Studies department for the fall 2023 semester. A scholar of cross-disciplinary expertise in African diasporic art, photography and new media, Black feminist thought, and queer theory, Thomas was invited by the AAAS department to teach the course “History of African American Art.”
Brandeis community partakes in 9th annual “Take Back the Night” march across campus.
The hip-hop producer and manager showcased his expertise in the process of mixing, mastering, and networking for Brandeis musicians.
The actor, playwright, author, and historian discussed his lengthy and varied career.
Behar's photos emulate themes of motherhood, domesticity, and transience.
The Justice spoke with PAD and Student Union leaders about their latest endeavor to provide complimentary, campus-wide pads and tampons.