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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 ...

Catholic chapel honors LGBT community

A large gay pride flag has been on display outside of Bethlehem Chapel, the home for Catholics on campus, since the beginning of the month. This honoring of LGBT History ...

Local community center celebrates opening

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, onlookers gathered to view the ceremonial ribbon cutting in celebration of the grand opening of the Prospect Hill Community Center in Waltham. The community center ...

Halloween for the Hungry prepares for annual event

Each year, Halloween holds a different meaning for the students in Hunger and Homelessness, a subgroup of Waltham Group. The group members are currently coordinating their annual event called “Halloween ...

Brandeis among the first institutions to receive grant money from BRAIN initiative

In April 2013, President Barack Obama announced the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative, a project offering over $300 million in grants to public and private institutions. The ...

Soccer team sponsors special needs sports clinic

The Brandeis soccer teams are collaborating to host a free soccer clinic for special ability athletes on Saturday, Oct. 25. The event will take place on the varsity fields. Any ...

New minor brings social purpose to the arts

Brandeis students have always been known for being extremely involved and dedicated to academics. This semester, a new minor has sprung up for students to explore. Creativity, the Arts and ...

Brandeis Labor Coalition and Sodexo general manager discuss employee working conditions

Twelve members of the Brandeis Labor Coalition (BLC) gathered in Upper Usdan on Tuesday, Oct. 7 to hold a meeting with Sodexo’s General Manager Shawn Monaghan. In the beginning of ...

Univ. implements bystander intervention training to combat sexual assault

With investigations for Title IX allegations underway and the recent departure of Sexual Assaults Services and Prevention Specialist Sheila McMahon, on the basis of academic leave, the university’s policy toward ...

MKTYP event hosted at the home of Robert Kraft

In the home of Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, 20 Brandeis students gathered on Tuesday, Sept. 30 to be honored. These students are members of the Myra ...