At 7:31 a.m. on a Saturday morning in 2010, nearly 20 years after she spoke out against the sexual misconduct of the then soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Prof.
Last Tuesday, Angela Glover Blackwell was honored as the inaugural recipient of the Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life.
A couple of times each month, Jewish Brandeis students from a diverse mix of Jewish denominations and cultural traditions come together for a special Friday night service.
When Sodexo made its debut in the fall semester, the new food provider became the hot topic of campus conversation.
From the Southern banks of the Kadesh stream to the Canyons of the Negev Desert, natives asked a trio of hikers over and over again why they were hiking the Israel National Trail.
On Nov. 8, Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in Eastern Samar, Philippines, leaving 230,501 injured and a death toll of 5,235 and climbing, according to a Nov.
It can be difficult for the modern civilian to imagine historical figures as anything more than history: relics of a bygone age with little significance to the modern world.
Prof. Jacob Cohen (AMST) is a man of many names. His legal birth name is "Jerome," but his students call him "Jerry." Arriving on campus only a little over a decade after the University's founders in 1960, Cohen is a trove of insights on the history he teaches but has also lived. In 1960, Cohen arrived on campus to interview for a faculty position in the history department.
If you've ever ventured down to the second floor of the Goldfarb Library, chances are you've passed the Robert D.
At last week's faculty meeting on Oct. 10, Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel gave a presentation on preliminary student enrollment demographics as of approximately Oct.