Spring opening reception at Rose Art Museum warms up campus

The opening of spring exhibitions, featuring an examination of Rosalyn Drexler's career, was celebrated at the Rose Thursday night.

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Brandeis’ Schuster Institute helps free another wrongfully convicted man

By Julian Cardillo '14

George Perrot spent 30 years in prison on a break-in and rape conviction. Five years after the Schuster Institute took on his case, Perrot was freed from prison, the second wrongfully convicted person its investigative journalists and legal team have helped free in the past seven months.  More »

Louis Brandeis hiding in plain sight, on the campus that adopted his name

By Julian Cardillo '14

Archives and Special Collections staff at Brandeis maintain one of the most significant collections of Louis D. Brandeis' personal items in the world, and present it for the university to see. More »

How health systems respond to Zika

Diana Bowser of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management explains how health systems respond to outbreaks like Zika virus. More »