Bethany Adam ’15: Commencement Speaker From the graduation podium to international humanitarian work, Bethany Adam ’15 hopes to impact as many people as she can.
At the top of the Farber Library stairs, a high-top table is lined with boxes of free Monster energy drinks and coffee dispensers.
The preschoolers at Lemberg Children’s Center are practicing drawing hearts, pouring glitter and contemplating the question we all do this time of year—what does love mean to you?
Although enthusiastic about his budding career in the fashion world, Shota Adamia ’15 refuses to let it define him.
Brandeis students are more likely to be stressed, depressed or anxious than students from similarly sized universities across the nation, according to the National College Health assessment conducted last year.
Justice Brandeis Semester students travel to Mississippi to research educational racial inequality, both past and present
The Ruderman Family Foundation sponsors scholars who are passionate about promoting rights for those with disabilities