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The Daily Voice - Briarcliff
Briarcliff Resident Reflects On Four Years At BrandeisN.Y. -- Elan Kane can officially call himself a college graduate. The Briarcli
Briarcliff Resident Reflects On Four Years At Brandeis
The Daily Voice - Briarcliff / Posted yesterday
N.Y. -- Elan Kane can officially call himself a college graduate. The Briarcliff resident recently graduated from Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. where he discovered a love for journalism. Kane said he want to Brandeis because of the... Read more
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Breitbart
The Ballot or the Bullet: The Real Agenda Behind Criminal Justice Reform Part Twohe would eventually become known as the philosophical father of the New Left. M
The Ballot or the Bullet: The Real Agenda Behind Criminal Justice Reform Part Two
Breitbart / Posted 3 days ago
he would eventually become known as the philosophical father of the New Left. Marcuse ended up teaching in Massachusetts at Brandeis University, where he would take on a protégé in 1964. Her name was Angela Davis. Marxist mentor and protégé:... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Interfaith Programming Gets Jolt Of Fundinglife. An October 2015 study, “Millennial Children of Intermarriage,” done by t
Interfaith Programming Gets Jolt Of Funding
The Jewish Week / Posted 3 days ago
life. An October 2015 study, “Millennial Children of Intermarriage,” done by the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University, found that millennial children of intermarried couples who participated in Jewish activities, during... Read more
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Boston Globe
What’s in a name? Everything, if it’s mispronounced.pay an annual subscription. Pricing depends on a number of factors, but typical
What’s in a name? Everything, if it’s mispronounced.
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
pay an annual subscription. Pricing depends on a number of factors, but typically ranges from $1-$3/ graduating student Brandeis University, Boston University’s business school, and Tufts University used NameCoach at graduation ceremonies this... Read more
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Boston Globe
Words of wisdom from weekend college commencementsBrandeis University: Julieanna Richardson, an oral historian who created the wo
Words of wisdom from weekend college commencements
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
Brandeis University: Julieanna Richardson, an oral historian who created the world’s largest video archive of the African-American experience:​ “The most important thing to do in life is to find your passions. They can be plural. Passion cannot be... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Drug database can save lives in 60 seconds. Why don’t more doctors use it?hoodwinked.” Peter Kreiner, principal investigator for the Prescription Drug D
Drug database can save lives in 60 seconds. Why don’t more doctors use it?
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 6 days ago
hoodwinked.” Peter Kreiner, principal investigator for the Prescription Drug Database Program Center of Excellence at Brandeis University outside Boston, agrees more research is needed to determine the impact of required checks, but said... Read more
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Boston Globe
Children of heroin crisis find refuge in grandparents’ armsepidemic is very white,” said Andrew Kolodny, a senior scientist at the Heller
Children of heroin crisis find refuge in grandparents’ arms
Boston Globe / Posted 6 days ago
epidemic is very white,” said Andrew Kolodny, a senior scientist at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University and chief medical officer for Phoenix House Foundation, a nonprofit that treats substance abuse in 11... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
U.S. Army daughter honors scholarship programthe coming 2016-2017 academic year. The latest Fort Riley program participants
U.S. Army daughter honors scholarship program
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
the coming 2016-2017 academic year. The latest Fort Riley program participants are Benedikt Reynolds, who is enrolled at Brandeis University of Waltham, Mass., and Samantha Gameros, who is enrolled at Kansas State University. When they graduate,... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Boston-area colleges to celebrate graduation ceremonieswhile Bentley University will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachuse
Boston-area colleges to celebrate graduation ceremonies
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 7 days ago
while Bentley University will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday, Tufts University, Brandeis University and Suffolk University are all celebrating graduation. The commencement speaker at Tufts in Medford,... Read more
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Boston Globe
5 local colleges are holding graduation ceremonies this weekendwhile Bentley University will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachuse
5 local colleges are holding graduation ceremonies this weekend
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
while Bentley University will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday, Tufts University, Brandeis University and Suffolk University are all celebrating graduation. The commencement speaker at Tufts in Medford,... Read more
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Daily Record
Five Morris area students win $2,000 scholarshipsof Watchung Hills Regional High School’s Red Cross Club as well as the INTERACT
Five Morris area students win $2,000 scholarships
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
of Watchung Hills Regional High School’s Red Cross Club as well as the INTERACT Community Service Club. She plans to attend Brandeis University in the fall. To be considered for next year’s Monk’s Home Improvements Service Scholarship, go to... Read more
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PhysOrg
CLIP-170 microtuble found to bind tightly to formins to accelerate actin filament elongationred, microtubules are in green, and the nuclei are in blue. Credit: NIH/Public
CLIP-170 microtuble found to bind tightly to formins to accelerate actin filament elongation
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
red, microtubules are in green, and the nuclei are in blue. Credit: NIH/Public Domain (Phys.org)—A team of researchers at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, has found that the CLIP-170 microtuble found in cells, which had been known to be... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Brandeis scientists find new way for genetically identifying cell types in mouse brainonly in some cell types without altering them everywhere in the body. In additi
Brandeis scientists find new way for genetically identifying cell types in mouse brain
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
only in some cell types without altering them everywhere in the body. In addition to developing the approach, the Brandeis group created a resource of over 150 strains of mice in which different brain cell types can be studied. Brandeis Univ... Read more
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Boston Globe
State official warns ballot initiative could destroy hospitalsThursday but raised concerns about its approach. “You would destroy institutio
State official warns ballot initiative could destroy hospitals
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
Thursday but raised concerns about its approach. “You would destroy institutions overnight,” said Altman, an economist at Brandeis University and a health policy veteran. The commission, a watchdog agency that monitors medical spending, has... Read more
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J Weekly
Death makes Goldie, 113, oldest in U.S.Council of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, i
Death makes Goldie, 113, oldest in U.S.
J Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
Council of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, including one that supported the founding of Brandeis University. Michelson credits her longevity to walking. “It never occurred to me that I would live this long,”... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Beating Health Scares, Jonathan Sarna Seals Status As Rock Star Jewish Historianwas diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 1999 at the age of 44, it changed his l
Beating Health Scares, Jonathan Sarna Seals Status As Rock Star Jewish Historian
The Jewish Week / Posted 10 days ago
was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 1999 at the age of 44, it changed his life. Already a highly regarded historian at Brandeis University, Sarna was in the midst of writing his seminal study of American Jewish history when he realized with... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Complain All You Want, But Your Busy Schedule May Help Your Brain"better endowed cognitively are more likely to take on more roles and tasks," M
Complain All You Want, But Your Busy Schedule May Help Your Brain
KERA North Texas / Posted 10 days ago
"better endowed cognitively are more likely to take on more roles and tasks," Margie Lachman, a cognitive psychologist at Brandeis University who was not involved in the work, writes in an email to Shots. But she also thinks the study has a... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Complain All You Want, But Your Busy Schedule May Help Your Brain"better endowed cognitively are more likely to take on more roles and tasks," M
Complain All You Want, But Your Busy Schedule May Help Your Brain
KPBS San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
"better endowed cognitively are more likely to take on more roles and tasks," Margie Lachman, a cognitive psychologist at Brandeis University who was not involved in the work, writes in an email to Shots. But she also thinks the study has a... Read more
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The Forward
Jonathan Sarna Overcomes Health Scares To Maintain Perch as Rock Star Jewish Historianwas diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 1999 at the age of 44, it changed his l
Jonathan Sarna Overcomes Health Scares To Maintain Perch as Rock Star Jewish Historian
The Forward / Posted 10 days ago
was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 1999 at the age of 44, it changed his life. Already a highly regarded historian at Brandeis University, Sarna was in the midst of writing his seminal study of American Jewish history when he realized with... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Lawyer Michael Ratner helped secure rights for Guantanamo inmatesmost powerful people in the world on behalf of some of the least powerful.” Mr
Lawyer Michael Ratner helped secure rights for Guantanamo inmates
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
most powerful people in the world on behalf of some of the least powerful.” Mr. Ratner, who majored in medieval English at Brandeis University in the 1960s, was radicalized by the teachings of the New Left philosopher Herbert Marcuse and the... Read more
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The Jewish Week
113-Year-Old Jewish Woman Now Oldest Person In The USCouncil of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, i
113-Year-Old Jewish Woman Now Oldest Person In The US
The Jewish Week / Posted 12 days ago
Council of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, including one that supported the founding of Brandeis University. Michelson has remained in Worcester ever since. She credits her longevity to walking. The oldest... Read more
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Providence Business News
Bringing change and insightlift off. It was very inspiring." Lieb went from Tic Tac Toe to employment wit
Bringing change and insight
Providence Business News / Posted 12 days ago
lift off. It was very inspiring." Lieb went from Tic Tac Toe to employment with Raytheon during college breaks from Brandeis University, to working in software services after graduation. She would eventually work for one of FM Global's... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The best commencement speeches: from Jill Abramson to Neil Gaimanput it, “a little bit nutty and a little bit slutty”. She turned that potential
The best commencement speeches: from Jill Abramson to Neil Gaiman
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
put it, “a little bit nutty and a little bit slutty”. She turned that potential humiliation into a great career teaching at Brandeis University and writing books that tell truth to power. Anita was one of the many people who wrote me last week to... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Good jobs are there, but without the right skills they just go beggingprofessor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Winston, a senior fe
Good jobs are there, but without the right skills they just go begging
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Winston, a senior fellow in investigative journalism at Brandeis University. “We have another war on our hands now; but it is quiet, insidious and has been slow-moving to the point... Read more
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The Forward
113-Year-Old Jewish Woman Now Oldest Person in the U.S.Council of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, i
113-Year-Old Jewish Woman Now Oldest Person in the U.S.
The Forward / Posted 14 days ago
Council of Jewish Women. Michelson was also active in other community groups, including one that supported the founding of Brandeis University. Michelson has remained in Worcester ever since. She credits her longevity to walking. The oldest... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Here's A Sign Your Ex Might Be A Psychopathconcerned about the other person’s happiness," Juliana Breines, a social experi
Here's A Sign Your Ex Might Be A Psychopath
The Huffington Post / Posted 15 days ago
concerned about the other person’s happiness," Juliana Breines, a social experience researcher and postdoctoral fellow at Brandeis University, wrote in a Psychology Today blog. "This is especially true, not surprisingly, for former partners who... Read more
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Kirksville Daily Express
Kirksville High School seniors earn nearly $700K in awardsEmily Van Rie. Institutional Awards: Abilene Christian University: Erica Robbin
Kirksville High School seniors earn nearly $700K in awards
Kirksville Daily Express / Posted 16 days ago
Emily Van Rie. Institutional Awards: Abilene Christian University: Erica Robbins. Augusta College: Madison Williams. Brandeis University: Joshua Mandell. Central College: Cohen Holte. Coastal Carolina University: Riley Lee. Columbia College:... Read more
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Boston Globe
City official calls for discussion on regulating ‘hoverboards’areas,” McCarthy said. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, Emerson Colleg
City official calls for discussion on regulating ‘hoverboards’
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
areas,” McCarthy said. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, Emerson College, Boston College, Suffolk University, and Brandeis University have joined the growing list of schools prohibiting their use. A date for the hearing on the subject has... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Celtics on the moveteam, which has practiced at the HealthPoint facility on Winter Street since 19
Celtics on the move
The Providence Journal / Posted 17 days ago
team, which has practiced at the HealthPoint facility on Winter Street since 1999 after previously holding workouts at Brandeis University, announced on Tuesday that it has entered an agreement to be part of a multi-use facility overlooking the... Read more
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Business Wire
Boston-Based Nonprofit Launches New Identity, Economic Mobility Pathwaysleaders, pursuing fulfilling careers and providing stable homes for their child
Boston-Based Nonprofit Launches New Identity, Economic Mobility Pathways
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
leaders, pursuing fulfilling careers and providing stable homes for their children. A recent ROI study conducted by Brandeis University shows that participants of EMPath’s most rigorous (5-year) economic mobility program, Career Family... Read more
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Boston Globe
North End hoverboard fire was city’s first, officials sayof hoverboards on its buses, trains, and in its stations, and the devices are n
North End hoverboard fire was city’s first, officials say
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
of hoverboards on its buses, trains, and in its stations, and the devices are no longer allowed on many college campuses, including the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Boston College, Suffolk University, Brandeis University, and Emerson Coll... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League collegethe green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 199
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
the green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 1999 when he was 18 years old to study at Brandeis University on a full-ride academic scholership. He's from Jordon, a country known as one of the US's strongest... Read more
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Connecticut Post
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League collegethe green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 199
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
the green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 1999 when he was 18 years old to study at Brandeis University on a full-ride academic scholership. He's from Jordon, a country known as one of the US's strongest... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League collegethe green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 199
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
the green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 1999 when he was 18 years old to study at Brandeis University on a full-ride academic scholership. He's from Jordon, a country known as one of the US's strongest... Read more
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Business Insider
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League collegethe green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 199
How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college
Business Insider / Posted 20 days ago
the green-card wall.Get laid off, get deported Baderkhan came to the US in 1999 when he was 18 years old to study at Brandeis University on a full-ride academic scholership. He's from Jordon, a country known as one of the US's strongest... Read more
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Boston Globe
Pomp and sustenance: Where to celebrate after graduationand seasonal salad. (You’ll need to place your order two weeks in advance.) Ost
Pomp and sustenance: Where to celebrate after graduation
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
and seasonal salad. (You’ll need to place your order two weeks in advance.) Osteria Posto in Waltham is close to Brandeis University and Bentley College — all of which share the same graduation weekend this year on May 21 and 22 — and to... Read more
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Boston Globe
Beverly W. Boorstein, 74, former Middlesex court justicemother, the former Bess Meisel, was a homemaker. Skipping a couple of grades,
Beverly W. Boorstein, 74, former Middlesex court justice
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
mother, the former Bess Meisel, was a homemaker. Skipping a couple of grades, Mrs. Boorstein was 16 when she arrived at Brandeis University, from which she graduated in 1961. While there she met Sidney Boorstein, another student. In his eulogy,... Read more
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The Forward
Daniel Aaron, Harvard Prof Who Taught JFK, Dies at 103and ideas … and then politics and literature,” Stephen Whitfield, Max Richter p
Daniel Aaron, Harvard Prof Who Taught JFK, Dies at 103
The Forward / Posted 23 days ago
and ideas … and then politics and literature,” Stephen Whitfield, Max Richter professor of American Civilization at Brandeis University, where Aaron taught as a visiting professor for one semester, told JTA. While Whitfield had no knowledge... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 billion annuallydiseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scienti
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 billion annually
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
diseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scientists say. A group of health economists at Brandeis University in the US has published a comprehensive assessment of the economic burden that dengue fever imposes on... Read more
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The Financial Express
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 billion annually: studydiseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scientis
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 billion annually: study
The Financial Express / Posted 23 days ago
diseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scientists say. A group of health economists at Brandeis University in the US has published a comprehensive assessment of the economic burden that dengue fever imposes on... Read more
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The Economic Times
Dengue costs the world $8.9 billion annually: Studydiseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scientis
Dengue costs the world $8.9 billion annually: Study
The Economic Times / Posted 23 days ago
diseases such as cholera, canine rabies and rotavirus gastroenteritis, scientists say. A group of health economists at Brandeis University in the US has published a comprehensive assessment of the economic burden that dengue fever imposes on... Read more
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The Economic Times
Dengue costs the world $8.9 billion annuallydiseases such as cholera, rotavirus gastroenteritis, canine rabies and Chagas,
Dengue costs the world $8.9 billion annually
The Economic Times / Posted 23 days ago
diseases such as cholera, rotavirus gastroenteritis, canine rabies and Chagas, noted lead study author Donald Shepard from Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, US. Since it is transmitted by four distinct types of viruses, dengue can hit... Read more
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New Kerala
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 bn annually - newkerala.com #59156diseases such as cholera, rotavirus gastroenteritis, canine rabies and Chagas,
Dengue costs the world USD 8.9 bn annually - newkerala.com #59156
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
diseases such as cholera, rotavirus gastroenteritis, canine rabies and Chagas, noted lead study author Donald Shepard from Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, US. Since it is transmitted by four distinct types of viruses, dengue can hit... Read more
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The Washington Times
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: Campus protesters jump the sharkmum about the results of an investigation to find out who was responsible. Yet
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: Campus protesters jump the shark
The Washington Times / Posted 24 days ago
mum about the results of an investigation to find out who was responsible. Yet when Ms. Minow recently accepted an award at Brandeis University, a group of student protesters jumped the shark by heckling her for not doing enough to address racism at... Read more
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examiner.com
New Director for Baltimore Museum of Artnew role on August 15, 2016. Bedford is currently serving as the Henry and Loi
New Director for Baltimore Museum of Art
examiner.com / Posted 24 days ago
new role on August 15, 2016. Bedford is currently serving as the Henry and Lois Foster Director of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, where he developed a robust series of exhibitions, acquired major new works for the permanent... Read more
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The Washington Times
Jason Riley, black conservative, disinvited from Virginia TechRay Kelly at Brown University was cancelled in 2013 after protesters at the eve
Jason Riley, black conservative, disinvited from Virginia Tech
The Washington Times / Posted 25 days ago
Ray Kelly at Brown University was cancelled in 2013 after protesters at the event would not yield the floor; and Ayaan Hirsi Ali was disinvited from delivering the 2014 commencement address at Brandeis University because of her criticisms of... Read more
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Slate
How One High Schooler’s Summer Project Is Helping Doctors Understand Zikawith his dad last summer and part-time during this school year, and is an autho
How One High Schooler’s Summer Project Is Helping Doctors Understand Zika
Slate / Posted 25 days ago
with his dad last summer and part-time during this school year, and is an author on the Cell paper. Max will soon be a freshman at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, but Song’s daughter Maggie will start high school in a couple of ye... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Women’s Tennis Preps for Historically Competitive NESCAC TournamentOn Saturday, April 30, the women’s tennis team closed out the regular season wi
Women’s Tennis Preps for Historically Competitive NESCAC Tournament
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 26 days ago
On Saturday, April 30, the women’s tennis team closed out the regular season with a 7-2 victory over Brandeis University. The win came just two days after the Cardinals ended their NESCAC play with a decisive 8-1 victory over Conn College. Including... Read more
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Boston Globe
Red-hot in the ’60s, now little known, the great artist Marisol is being rediscoveredhave been pulled out of storage and put on display in major museums, many of th
Red-hot in the ’60s, now little known, the great artist Marisol is being rediscovered
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
have been pulled out of storage and put on display in major museums, many of them in New England. The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University has had its key, early Marisol, “Ruth” — a portrait of Marisol’s friend, the artist Ruth Kligman — on... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
At Food World 'Oscars,' Category Sneakily Redefines All-American CuisineWay of Eating, a New York Timesbest-seller, and a senior fellow at the Schuster
At Food World 'Oscars,' Category Sneakily Redefines All-American Cuisine
KPBS San Diego / Posted 26 days ago
Way of Eating, a New York Timesbest-seller, and a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University. You can follow her on Twitter @tmmcmillan. Copyright 2016 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.n... Read more
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