Professor Shaul Bassi emphasized the significance of the Jewish community that once lived in the Venecian Ghetto, as well as the present day value of the Ghetto
Two members of the Brandeis Asian American Students Association reflected on how COVID-19 has changed their celebrations of the Lunar New Year.
Students petitioned for additional breaks from instruction.
FRESH has continued to provide food insecure Brandeis students with access to free food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy discuss their new book about the politics of American-Israeli relations
Authors discussed Zionist identity within American Jewish communities following the U.S. presidential election
Prof. Laurence Simon leads conversation about his career in international development, human rights activism
Simon reflected on how his upbringing, family values and education built the career he holds today.
Hill answered students’ questions about Judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation process and the conservative majority on the Supreme Court.
Dr. Yair Wallach spoke about a chapter from his recent publication about urban text in Jerusalem.
The app broadens communication channels between nonprofits and their clients.