Scholar Elihu Rubin highlighted the historical relevance of the Prudential Center and the urban city.
Brandeis Prosthesis Club encouraged students to build prosthetic hands from 3-D printed pieces to be donated.
Amal Kassir interspersed personal stories and poems throughout her discussion of modern-day Islamophobia.
University President Ron Liebowitz led an open meeting to share strategic thoughts on the University's future.
Student scholars and community performers came together for celebration and reflection on MLK Jr. day.
Kerry Emanuel and Christoph Stefes discussed the differing views of clean energy between Germany and the U.S..
Eric H. Cline spoke about the societal lessons to learn from the collapse of Bronze age polities.
Brandeis Peace Action met with students to launch their advocacy for domestic and international movements.
Kinan Azmeh and Kevork Mourad performed “Home Within,” depicting the emotional experience of the revolution.
The Office of the President awarded Kimberlé Crenshaw the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize for change-making ideas.