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Sam Watson speaking at a podium and smiling
Alumni Profile

Cancer isn’t free: Brandeis alumna beats the odds and pays it forward

"I was pretty sure I wasn't going to survive." After beating a rare bone cancer and early stage leukemia, Sam Eisenstein Watson ’01, MBA’06, founded The Samfund, which for 15 years has helped relieve the financial burdens that young adult cancer survivors face after treatment.
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An image from the winter 2018 Brandeis Magazine cover - a protest sign reading "Black Studies Matter"
Campus News

Read the Winter 2018/2019 issue of Brandeis Magazine online

Learn about the history of the African and African-American studies department from professor Chad Williams and much more!
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AAAS 50th Commemoration, Brandeis University
Campus News

Brandeis Department of African and African-American Studies to celebrate 50th Anniversary

Join us Feb. 8-9 for a celebration that will include keynote speakers and participants Angela Davis ’65, Julieanna Richardson ’76, Hortense Spillers PhD’74 and Askia Touré.
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Seth WInberg
Campus News

Q&A: Get to know Seth Winberg, director of Brandeis Hillel

Read his thoughts on the current status and future of the organization.
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Alumni Association launches Alumni of Color Network, Arts Network, International Alumni Network and Lawyers Network to connect alumni in different ways.
Left to right: Brandeis President Ron Liebowitz, Brandeis University Professor Jonathan Sarna, his wife, Ruth Langer, and his son, Aaron

Sarna marks elevation to University Professor with lecture on Jewish political identity

The historian and scholar was recognized with Brandeis' highest academic honor.

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Published three times a year by the Office of Communications, Brandeis Magazine includes feature-length stories and essays, campus happenings, Institutional Advancement and Alumni Association news, and Class Notes.