Ghanim "just love[s] coding" and encourages women she knows to enter the field. It wasn't always dominated by men, and through organizations like Girls Who Code and Women in Computer Science, Ghanim hopes to help close the technology gender gap.
The Justice spoke with Orientation Leaders about what keeps them going and how they help shape our community.
Senior Avi Hirshbein reflects on his four years of running Basement Records.
Walden Pond is a place literally soaked in history. Today, the grounds remain a destination for families and students to escape to when the bustle of Boston becomes overwhelming.
An exhibition titled "The Power of Music" chronicles Leonard Bernstein's life and career in the the Spingold Theater Center through Nov. 20th.
Two professors from Brandeis and one professor from Tufts debated the merits of Trump's trade wars and the implications of the recent parliamentary elections in Bavaria.
Bagels have become ubiquitous in American Life, from Dunkin Donuts to the corner deli. They are so important in fact, that a wrong bagel order could carry serious consequences.
Ben LoCasio '20 sat down with the Justice to talk about how his passion for coffee fueled his first business venture-- Cafe Undergrounds. He has big plans for the Cafe this semester.
There can be a lot of uncertainty when it comes to Greek life at Brandeis, so Features reached out to all the fraternities and sororities on campus. Here's what we found.
A panel of Brandeis faculty discussed how "rankism" effects both teachers and students on campus.