Brandeis at 75

Repairing the World

A group of people smile for the camera

By Karen Shih

Lurie Undergraduate Fellowship offers opportunity to learn policy, create community.

Lawrence Wien, Abram Sachar, John F. Kennedy, and Wakako Kimoto Hironaka, MA’64, pose for a photo.

By Julie Jette

Wien Scholarships give international scholars access to a Brandeis education — and encourage all students to see themselves as global citizens.

An illustration of a broken world and a person applying bandages

By Lawrence Goodman

The phrase "repairing the world" lies at the heart of what Brandeis is all about.

Members of the community on horseback herd cattle in the pasture.

By Ron and Jessica Liebowitz

Founded in 1937 by the American wing of the HaShomer HaTzair Zionist youth movement, Kibbutz Ein HaShofetwas named “The Eye of the Judge” after Justice Brandeis — and became the first Kibbutz in Israel founded by Americans.

Pauli Murray

By Jarret Bencks

Seventeen years before the Woolworth lunch counter sit-ins, Pauli Murray helped organize a sit-in that desegregated a restaurant in Washington, DC.