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Entrepreneur shares personal business trajectory

On Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the Brandeis International Business School’s Lee Hall, Bodo Liesenfeld, former CEO of Rohde & Liesenfeld International, shared his experience of selling his company in a ...

Cafe science makes research available to community

Every first Monday of the month, the Cafe Science program invites one Brandeis professor in the sciences to Solea, a restaurant on Moody Street, to discuss their research, for the ...

Sodexo addresses waste issues with online press conference

Sodexo held an online press conference called “Sodexo Talks Food Waste Reduction” on Thursday, Oct. 23 to discuss food waste and sustainability in its dining services. The press conference was ...

Close looking series exhibits collection of extremist literature

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, the Hall-Hoag Collection of Extremist Literature was exhibited as part of the Close Looking series in the Rapaporte Treasure Hall. This collection contains over 5,000 articles, pamphlets ...

Dr. David Lisak visits campus; discusses sexual violence on college campuses

On Tuesday, Oct. 21, Rapaporte Treasure Hall was fully packed, as members of the Brandeis community gathered to listen to the nationally recognized forensic consultant and lecturer, Dr. David Lisak. ...

Big Siblings pioneers on-campus program

The Brandeis Waltham Group Big Siblings program has been serving youth ages six to 17 in the Waltham area since its founding in the early 1980s. Recently the program has ...

Documentary addresses hidden Jewish history

Yesterday, Oct. 23 the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) previewed “Laid to Rest,” the new documentary by scholar and filmmaker Ornit Barkai. It is a film that details the ...

Students hope for more univ. action on environment

An Environmental and Service Reflection lunch was held in room 313 of the SCC on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 22 to commemorate past service and impact, as well as to discuss ...

Alum. fosters student activism

“I see sexual violence. I see my family’s pain. I see addiction … I see people being murdered,” were some of the statements from students participating in the workshop “Organizing ...

Reflecting 100 years after World War I

Award-winning journalist and author Adam Hochschild presented a lecture about his research on World War I on Monday, Oct. 13. in Rapaporte Treasure Hall. The event was hosted by the ...

Lecture discourages victim blaming in cycles of violence

On Tuesday Oct. 14, the Women’s Studies Research Center held a discussion titled “Ending Cycles of Violence.” The discussion was led by Jessica Hollander, director of prevention programs at REACH, ...

Hiatt fair exhibits post-grad options

Representatives from a multitude of post-graduate programs set up tables and showed what they had to offer students at Brandeis University this Monday. The event was designed to entice students ...

Documentary deconstructs racist infatuation

The Brandeis Asian American Students Association (BAASA) screened a documentary titled “Seeking Asian Female,” a documentary about the fetishization of Asian women, on Wednesday, Oct. 15 in the Intercultural Center. ...

Deroy Hall implements first ever residential government

Over the past month, Community Advisors (CA) and first-year students of Deroy Hall have worked to implement Brandeis University’s first-ever residential government. Lisette Anzoategui (GRAD), an instructor and CA of ...

Brandeis student activists find solidarity behind bars

At the annual People’s Climate March in New York on Sept. 21, over 400,000 protesters joined together to advocate against climate change and corporate greed. On Sept. 22, thousands rushed ...