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New scholarship honors two loved ones — and their heroes

Evan Stark ’63 has created the Murray-Marshall Endowed Scholarship to support Brandeis students interested in pursuing a career in civil rights law, public service or social and gender justice.

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The Voice of an Era: Remembering Andy Jick '74

Brandeis celebrates the life of the beloved Celtics public address announcer who kicked off his announcing career at Brandeis.

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Annual luncheon celebrates the importance of supporting students

Born into a family of shepherds in Ethiopia, Roba Bulga Jilo, MA/MBA’19, found his way to Brandeis through a chance encounter with an alumna in Rome more than 10 years ago.

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Brandeis relies on the support of alumni, parents and friends to educate the best students, maintain a world-class faculty, provide state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory facilities and offer dynamic extracurricular programming.

Brandeis Honor Roll of Donors

2018-19 Brandeis Honor Roll of Donors. See who from your class has given.

Stay tuned for the official 2018-19 Honor Roll of Donors which will be published in August. 

Make sure your name is added to the honor roll for 2019-20 by making a gift.

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Campus News

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Sy Bluestone

Seymour S. “Sy” Bluestone leaves Brandeis a $8.4 million bequest gift for social justice initiatives. Read more.

Yoanna (Freedman) Rofeh '11 with her husband, Yeshivah University professor Rabbi Beny Rofeh

By taking advantage of her employer's matching program, Yoanna (Freedman) Rofeh '11 doubles the impact of her giving to Brandeis while honoring her personal religious philosophy. Read more.

Louis Brandeis statue

Brandeis' Institutional Advancement Division has again been recognized as one of the nation’s premier fundraising operations by CASE, the industry’s leading professional association. Learn more.

Jonathan and Renee Brant at their son's wedding in 2008

In honor of their 50th reunion, Renee Brant '68 established a fellowship to allow others to follow in the footsteps of her late husband, the Hon. Jonathan Brant '68. Read more.