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French and German campus organizations combine to host Franco-German unity party

The Brandeis French and Francophone Club teamed up with the Center of German European studies to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of World War I by hosting the Franco-German Unity Party ...

Peer-to-peer language program engages students

As an initiative implemented to provide students with access to languages not normally taught at Brandeis, the Student Language Exchange Program is a unique asset to the Brandeis community. Elyse ...

Cheerleaders fundraise for Dana-Farber

To support the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, the Brandeis Cheerleaders held a bake sale in Upper Usdan on Nov. 4-6. All baked goods were homemade with vegan and gluten-free options for sale ...

Prof. researches gene mutation in fruit flies

Brandeis professor Nelson Lau (BIO) and his lab published two studies on the P-Element Induced Wimpy testis pathway (PIWI) this September, a pathway that, when blocked in fruit flies, results ...

Hassenfeld Family Innovation Center founded at IBS

The Hassenfeld family donated $2.5 million to the Brandeis International Business School (IBS) to establish the Hassenfeld Family Innovation Center. The center will work to foster connections between outside corporations ...

Senior’s resilience drives triumphant return

Jordan Zides ’15 is not your everyday guy. While he crushes on Scarlett Johansson, can spend an entire day watching sports on TV and will never turn down a date ...

Student reps relay board notes

Last week, student representatives to the Board of Trustees Mohammed Sidique ’15 and Grady Ward ’16 sat in on the board’s fall meeting. Sidique and Ward sent out a memo ...

B.SASV issues progress report

Brandeis University failed to measure up to most of the requests made by Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV), according to a “progress report” published by the club this week. ...

Environmental panel offers contrasting viewpoints from faculty

On Monday evening, Nov. 10, a panel composed of faculty from several different departments gathered in the International Lounge of Usdan to discuss climate change, how the world has responded ...

Film screening critiques consequences of antibiotics

Today, we know antibiotics as an easy cure for treatable illnesses, yet there is a downside to their widespread use. Filmmaker Michael Graziano came to Brandeis for a screening of ...

Sodexo forum gives students a voice

On Wednesday Oct. 12 in the Olin-Sang Auditorium, the Senate Dining Committee sponsored a forum with Sodexo, Brandeis’ dining service provider. The event allowed students to pose questions and engage ...

Safety concerns shut down Library Party

Last weekend, Student Events held its second annual Library Party—an event that has quickly adopted the infamy of Pachanga, a previously controversial and exciting party on campus. Fitted with a ...

Global Bazaar event celebrates International Education Week

Celebrating a variety of cultures and their connections to the Brandeis community, the Global Bazaar was held on Wednesday, Nov. 12 in honor of International Education Week. Hosted both by ...

Brandeis Manhattan mansion on the market for $33 million

In mid-October, Brandeis announced plans to close its Vanderbilt Mansion, previously used as an alumni center, located on East 77th Street off Fifth Avenue in New York City. The university ...

Students and Public Safety bond over ice cream

The Brandeis Department of Public Safety hopes to become more familiar with the Brandeis student body through events like this Thursday’s ice cream social, according to Director of Public Safety ...