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Brandeis Celebrities

Sivan Levine '13

By Morgan Montgomery-Rice
December 20, 2012 - 9:41pm

  Hometown: Miami, Florida
Major: American Studies
Minor: Business READ MORE

Maya Lieberman '14

By Danielle Miller
December 20, 2012 - 9:38pm

Hometown: Doylestown, PA 
Majors: Psychology and Sociology
Minor: SJSP
Clubs: Delta Phi Epsilon, Adagio, Ballet Club, Waltham Group READ MORE

Rohan Narayanan '15

By Rachel Gomes-Casseres
December 13, 2012 - 10:31pm

Hometown: Southbury, CT Majors: International and Global Studies, Politics Minor: Social Justice and Social Policy Her Campus: How did you become interested in your majors and minor? 
Rohan Narayanan: In high school, I got very involved in volunteering and social work, and activism and helping others quickly became way more important to me than academics. I was also involved in student government and different leadership roles, so coming into college, I found that the IGS/Politics combo was a great way to combine these two related fields I’ve been exploring for years. READ MORE

Morris Didia '14

By Emily Beker
December 6, 2012 - 10:15pm

Her Campus: Where are you from?
Morris Didia: Brooklyn, New York HC: What clubs are you involved in? 
MD: Brandeis Libertarian Conservative Union (BLCU) READ MORE

Betty Varghese '16

By Dora Chi
December 6, 2012 - 9:45pm

  To be honest, I felt bad trying to elicit an interview only 10 minutes after Betty had trudged back to her dorm in Reitman post-practice Chemistry test. “Come in!” I opened the door and found her lounging calmly in her PJs and munching on a peanut butter dark chocolate granola bar. Wasn’t expecting that. READ MORE

Alex Thomson '15

By Betty Revah
November 29, 2012 - 12:59am

  Alex Thomson is the kind of guy who wears his life on his sleeve (and he says so himself). He loves politics and has “a deep love for her Majesty,” yet he can be serious, hard working and hilarious, all at the same time. If you’ve ever met him, you know exactly who I’m talking about. Alex is a celebrity for many reasons; everybody loves him, and no matter what he’s doing, he always shines. Year: 2015 Hometown: Los Angeles, California (The west-coast-best-coast). Majors: Politics and an independent major in Public Policy Minors: Legal Studies and History What’s your favorite thing about Brandeis? READ MORE

Ankita Sukthankar '15

By Emily Beker
November 20, 2012 - 2:47pm

Year: 2015 Hometown: Mumbai, India. (It's the most awesome city in India) Majors:Psychology and IGS Minor: Education Studies I know you are very involved in MELA (an annual charity show that promotes understanding and awareness of South Asian Culture that includes dances, music, spoken word poetry, and performances by various student groups on campus) that happened last weekend. How was that experience for you? READ MORE

Mark Hajjar '13

By Elizabeth Fields
November 15, 2012 - 3:39pm

  If you go to Brandeis, then you know senior Mark Hajjar. Maybe you are a freshman or a sophomore who remembers him from orientation as the guy who answered sex questions you were too afraid to ask. Maybe you are a either junior who works with him through WBRS or a senior who has taken a class with him. Any which way, Mark Hajjar’s energy, vivacious personality, and unique flair make him unforgettable and someone everyone wants to be around. For these reasons and more, Mark Hajjar is this week’s Campus Celeb. Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts Majors: HSSP and Psychology Class: 2013 READ MORE

Antonio Cancio '13

By Haemee Kang
November 9, 2012 - 9:17am

Hometown: Hollywood, FL Class: 2013 Major: Computer Science, Business What clubs and organizations are you involved with on campus?  I'm a manager at the LTS help desk, a Web Developer at the Web and Middleware Department, and the Google Student Ambassador. I'm also part of the Brandeis University Swimming and Diving Team (BUSDT).   READ MORE

Mara Flack '15

By Talia Hirsch
October 25, 2012 - 2:06pm

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Class: 2015 HC: So you’re on the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM). How did you get involved in that?
MF: I take art classes here, I’ve taken painting, drawing and art history, and I heard about it from one of my professors! It’s a super cool thing. We plan the scramjam, which is a dance inside the Rose, and also we are in charge of loaning out to students who want to display pieces of art in their rooms. READ MORE