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The Art of Disruption

As it celebrates its 60th anniversary, the Rose Art Museum finds new ways to tell more-inclusive stories about human creativity.

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The Examined Life

At age 30, Elizabeth Bruenig ’13 is already a leading voice in American Journalism, bearing witness to the darkest corners of sin, trauma and guilt.

Diversity’s Fault Lines

Sociologist Sarah Mayorga studies a perplexing question: Why don’t well-educated, left-leaning white residents of diverse neighborhoods have Black or Latinx friends?

The Brandeis Questionnaire

Michael Horowitz ’84, inspector general of the U.S. Department of Justice, is committed to truth, even unto its innermost parts.