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Brandeis on the Air

Campus radio station WBRS is a thriving anachronism, beloved by DJs past and present.

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Grads Encouraged To Embrace Difference and Stay Curious

The university celebrates the Class of 2024 with words of wisdom and hope.

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Coffee Beans With an Antioxidant Kick

Java lovers everywhere will be buzzed to learn a newly commercialized technology from Brandeis can unlock powerful health benefits from coffee beans.

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The Brandeis Questionnaire

“As a little Black girl, I did not know that American history had anything to do with someone who looked like me.” — Julieanna Richardson ’76, H’16

Of Note

University Professor Eve Marder ’69 and immunologist Drew Weissman ’81, GSAS MA’81, P’15, H’23 are two of six elected as part of the biological sciences class.

University Professor Jonathan Sarna ’75, GSAS MA’75, the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History, is this year’s recipient of the American Jewish Historical Society’s Emma Lazarus Statue of Liberty Award.

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Scene at Brandeis

Scene at Brandeis is a series featuring the work of Brandeis' staff photographers.

By Dan Holmes and Gaelen Morse

In the News

The Boston Globe

Associate director of Brandeis University’s Institute for Economic and Racial Equity Tatjana Meschede quoted

National Review

Professor Ramie Targoff interviewed