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Play’s the Thing

Brandeis professors and alums remember the childhood pastimes that showed them who they are.

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A Holocaust Heroine Grows Up

A Q&A with English professor Dawn Skorczewski on the durable, evolving appeal of Anne Frank.

Everything You Know About the Teen Brain Is Wrong

What if teenagers aren’t necessarily reckless, ornery and generally screwy?

Profiles in Courage

When children in Lebanon began sharing their personal stories with their classmates, unlikely bridges were built.

The Brandeis Questionnaire

Bioethics expert Arthur Caplan '71 pinpoints the principled way in science and medicine.