The History of Ideas Program hosted a movie night with a screening of "The Leopard" with Burt Lancaster.
Mathias Boyar '20 has just released his first EP on Spotify and iTunes. He sat down for an interview with The Justice to talk about his creative process and the reception his music has received so far.
Two parents talk about how they met their significant others while at Brandeis.
Nadia Alawa saw the violence and devastation caused by a civil war in Syria and knew she had to help. So she founded NuDay Syria, a multi-million dollar humanitarian relief organization that sends supplies to women and children in Syria.
The German documentary "La Buena Vida- The Good Life" shows the struggle of a small tribe in Northeast Colombia as they fight to keep their homes from being taken by a neighboring coal mine.
A screening of the documentary "Never Again: Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity" prompts discussion about how to hold world leaders accountable.
‘Mystery and Manners: Occasional Prose’ by Flannery O’Connor When Flannery O’Connor died in 1964 — at the young age of 34 — she left behind stacks of her unpublished essays, criticisms and articles.
“When I came to Brandeis, I thought 3D printing was science fiction,” said Gabriel Seltzer ’18 in an interview with the Justice.
“Those who consume their medicines rarely understand the risks that were taken to create them. In a society that has made their work a crime, the psychedelic chemist is an outlaw.” The smooth, focused narrating voice of Hamilton Morris carried through the crowded auditorium at the International Business School.
Three alumnae discussed how you can fight for women’s rights and against climate change through investing. “Take a day or a week and just look at what you buy.