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Brandeis Senior Reflections 2024

As the 2023-24 academic year comes to a close, the Class of 2024 takes a moment to share a few words about their experience at Brandeis over the last four years.

Peter Thabet

Peter Thabet, MBA’24, recalls his journey from Cairo to graduate student Commencement speaker

A Fulbright Scholar who concentrated in finance and strategy and innovation, Thabet will share lessons obtained from his business studies during his Commencement remarks.

black and white headshots of students on blue squares with white squiggles arranged in a rectangle, with the words 20224 Brandeis academic fellows in the center

Record-setting year for Brandeis students winning academic fellowships

Nine undergraduates, two graduate students, and three alumni received prestigious scholarships this spring.

A group of students read and talk beneath a tree.

Scene at Brandeis: Spring Then and Now

Graduation ceremonies, green grass, and time spent with friends — spring at Brandeis has always been a time of growth, new beginnings, and community.

Of Note

Odenheimer co-wrote an article titled “The Day Hamas Came,” an hour-by-hour account of October 7.

As an ENACT Your Vote Campus Engagement Student Fellow and a vital contributor to the VoteDeis Campus Coalition, Kahn demonstrated exemplary leadership in mobilizing his peers to participate actively in the democratic process.

Brandeis Judges News

Three members of the Brandeis University tennis teams will participate in the 2024 NCAA Division III Singles and Doubles tournaments over Memorial Day Weekend.

Three students walk through campus on a spring day.

Scene at Brandeis

Scene at Brandeis is a series featuring the work of Brandeis' staff photographers.

By Dan Holmes and Gaelen Morse

In the News

Sora Haagensen ’25 is on her way to the top — literally. At the end of May, she’ll represent Brandeis at the 2024 USA Climbing collegiate national championship near Phoenix, Arizona.

Boston Globe

Article by professor Robert Kuttner


University Professor Anita Hill interviewed