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.
Many people believe that meditation is used to improve one’s self. Noel Coakley, a counselor at the Psychological Counseling Center, believes that reducing meditation to a self-improvement tool misses the essence of why meditation is important.
The Homeric textual tradition recognizes that no one person is responsible for the Iliad or the Odyssey.
Schools such as Brown University or Bennington College champion the right of the student to design an individualized course of study within a strong advising network of faculty and student advisors.
Last Wednesday, J Street U Brandeis hosted the event “Turn on the Tap for Gaza” to raise awareness for the current water crisis in Gaza and to campaign for the J Street U national fundraiser to support environmental groups on the ground in Gaza addressing the crisis.
A historic claim of American capitalism is that economic inequality is acceptable as long as mobility is possible.
Prof. Rani Neutill (ENG) was recently appointed the interim sexual assault services and prevention specialist, to take over the responsibilities of Shelia McMahon while McMahon is on leave.
In Naomi Wolf’s famous 2002 work, The Beauty Myth, she asks a startling question?where are women at elite universities going?
It was July 2014 in the North End of Boston when Ohad Elhelo ’16 received devastating news from his home country of Israel.
Physics students travel to India to enrich research, and end up gaining spirituality