For Jacob MacKay '16, cello hit the right note at Brandeis

MacKay performed in Jerusalem and the West Bank last year, and has ambitions to play his cello around the world

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Brandeis students digging up Concord’s hidden history

By Julian Cardillo ‘14

Professors offer their students a chance to get down and dirty at an archaeological dig site that seeks to uncover clues about a farm’s former inhabitants, from Native Americans to German prisoners of war. More »

Tony Arnold winner of re-launched Brandeis Creative Arts Award

The soprano will hold a series of performances and engage with the Brandeis community throughout the school year. More »

Anita Hill's appointment as University Professor celebrated

By Jarret Bencks

Hill, the seventh University Professor in Brandeis history, presented a lecture on bias and discrimination, and was feted at a reception. More »