Tag: Brandeis alumni

  • Lawrence’s Letter

    Happy New Year Brandeis! I hope you have all had a wonderful and joyous start to your new year! President Lawrence gave a warm greeting to the Brandeis community and a call to alumni to revisit the campus. He also will be keeping a blog here starting next semester. I wanted to share his first […]

  • Say No To Marty (And Yes To Brandeis)

    In 2009, Brandeis University awarded Marty Peretz its Alumni Achievement Award. He’s featured in the Alumni Snapshots section of our website, under a heading praising him for “Leading the Intellectual Inquiry”. He’s the editor-in-chief of the New Republic, and we use his name repeatedly to promote the university. So what has he done recently to […]

  • Shame!

    Marty Peretz, class of ’59, is kind of a big deal. He’s the owner and editor-in-chief of The New Republic, a prominent magazine with a proud legacy. Brandeis certainly thinks highly of him: he keeps popping up on the website, and we just gave him the Alumni Achievement Award in 2009. Problem is, he just […]

  • I am so excited for Wednesday

    I’m really busy so I have to keep this short. Something really amazing is going to happen on Wednesday. On Wednesday and Thursday Professor Cunningham is inviting a bunch of amazing Brandeis alumni for a panel on social action. It’ll be great. Noon, Brown auditorium (thats in the building near Pearlman and Usdan). Go! But […]

  • Building a Wider Donor Base

    It’s no secret that Brandeis’s fundraising is much too slow right now and that the Madoff scheme is a big reason why.  The failing economy would be a huge handicap on it’s own, but dealing with the greatest theft in history targeted mostly toward our greatest donor base has made our situation critical.  We know […]