Tag: WBC

  • Something Worth Celebrating

    On Friday, I woke up before 8:00 am for the first time in probably over a year to set up the Great Lawn for Celebrate Brandeis. I think the approximately 300 Brandeisians who attended Celebrate Brandeis would also attest that waking up early was well worth sacrificing some sleep. On December 3rd at 8:45 am […]

  • The Schedule for Tomorrow

    Here’s the full schedule. The outline for Friday looks like this: Kickoff: Great Lawn at 8:30-9:30 AM Featuring speakers, performances, and other programming by a wide range of campus leaders and groups. More activities will occur through out the day. Brandeis Peace Vigil 12:10-12:40pm Every Friday the interfaith chaplaincy comes together to host a weekly […]

  • Daily Phelps-a-thon Update: We’ve gone Viral

    A dispatch from Chaya Bender AND WE’VE GONE VIRAL! Today alone we raised $1041.25 with 31 pledges… That brings the grand total to $3167.94! Un-fricken-believable! I am so very proud to be a Brandeisian. While we are raising these large sums of money, let us not forget to meditate on exactly who we are helping. […]

  • Phelps-a-Thon update – Tufts edition

    another dispatch from Chaya Bender First off, the numbers: so far we’ve raised $2077.75 with 76 pledges to support Keshet! Brandeis University’s Phelps-a-thon is doing so well but we can always do better! Keep up the amazing work! Send the link to everyone you know and to that person’s dog walker! http://www.phelps-a-thon.com/hillel.html There will still […]

  • Daily Phelps-a-thon Update

    From Chaya Bender, co-facilitator of fundraising: Daily Phelps-a-thon Update: $1545.25 and 53 pledges! We will be tabling all week for lunch and dinner in Usdan and Sherman. Please stop by and donate at that time! You will also be able to sign Keshet’s Pledge to save lives and our very own Pledge to Celebrate Brandeis. […]

  • How you can get involved

    Megan Straughan was sent this out as facebookmail for the “Celebrate Brandeis committee” event. Everyone should have a chance to read this and learn how to get involved. Thanks to everyone for their participation so far and the hard work coming up! Now is the time for everyone to put themselves into event planning for […]

  • Celebrate, Don’t React!

    If our responses are celebratory instead of reactionary, productive instead of abrasive, we can accomplish so much more. Lets love and respect each other instead of hating them.