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More than 400 celebrate publication of 'Lincoln and the Jews: A History'

Co-author Jonathan D. Sarna ’75, MA ’75, tells crowd that the 16th president sought to include -- rather than exclude -- Jews from American life.
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Alumni trustees make generous gifts to Catalyst Fund

Perry Traquina '78 and Jonathan Davis '75 support initiative to keep Brandeis education accessible and affordable.
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Alumni in the News

David Kertzer, PhD '74, wins Pulitzer Prize for 'The Pope and Mussolini'

Brown professor is second Graduate School of Arts and Sciences alumnus to receive the prestigious honor in two years.
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Yotam Ottolenghi explains the stories and traditions behind his cookbook, 'Jerusalem'

When acclaimed chefs Yotam Ottelenghi and Sami Tamimi set about creating a cookbook focused on the city of Jerusalem, they focused on the memories of their youth — Ottelenghi as a Jew in West Jerusalem and Tamimi as a Palestinian from the east side of the city — and the personal stories and traditions of others.

Class of 2015 cherishes Brandeis moments, anticipates future

In the hour before Brandeis’ 64th Commencement got underway, small and large groups of the Class of 2015 mugged for the camera as friends and family clicked away exuberantly, indifferent to the morning heat.

Ballerina Suzanne Farrell tells creative arts graduates: 'The arts are hospitals for our souls'

American ballet legend Suzanne Farrell shared her theory on the origins of arts with Brandeis graduates during the creative arts diploma ceremony Sunday.

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Published in March, July and November by the Office of Communications, the Brandeis Magazine (formerly known as Brandeis University Magazine and Brandeis Review) includes feature-length stories and essays, campus happenings, development and Alumni Association news, and Class Notes.