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Morton Mandel
IN MEMORIAM

Remembering philanthropist Morton L. Mandel, P’73, H’89

One of Brandeis University’s greatest benefactors dies at 98.

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President Ron Liebowitz, Jon Cordish '90, Melissa Fishman Cordish '90, and Lauren Haynie, Director of Athletics in front of new Brandeis tennis scoreboard
CAMPUS NEWS

Cordish Tennis Center dedicated at Homecoming 2019

The new facilities will have a major impact on current players, new recruits and fans of the Brandeis tennis program.

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Walt Mossberg and Adam Cheyer point fingers at one another in front of greenery
ALUMNI EVENTS

Brandeis tech experts Walt Mossberg ’69 and Adam Cheyer ’88 on technology for change

The former Wall Street Journal tech columnist teamed up with the co-founder of Siri and Change.org to chat all things tech at an event in Beverly Hills last month.

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Alumni Weekend 2019 was one to remember. Highlights included Alumni College, milestone reunions, the first ever Media Reunion and more. Save the date for Alumni Weekend 2020, June 5-7.
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Critical Conversations present some of the best that Brandeis has to offer: leading scholars engaging thoughtfully with timely, relevant issues that affect our community and the world.
Lewis Brooks wearing a Brandeis sweatshirt
Meet the new president of the Alumni Association, Lewis Brooks ’80, P’16, whose term began July 30.

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Explore distant lands, experience other cultures and gain unique perspectives by traveling with Brandeis faculty, alumni and friends. View upcoming trips.
Brandeis alumni are eligible for a variety of benefits including discounts on membership to the prestigious Penn Club in Midtown Manhattan.
Brandeis remembers former Celtics public address announcer Andy Jick ’74, the voice of an era.