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EDITORIAL: Res. Life needs to re-evaluate its priorities

After numerous focus groups and feedback sessions sponsored by the Department of Residence Life two years ago, that office took the bold step (their words) of dramatically a… Read More...

Mixed reaction to new Brandeis web site

A new design for the official Brandeis website was launched on Dec. 17, 2004. The new brandeis.edu layout, by Design Director Charles Dunham and student employee Daniel … Read More...

This Week at Brandeis

Click here to download a PDF version of our “This Week at Brandeis” preview page.… Read More...

New Hiatt director appointed

Martin Ford was hired last October as new director of the Hiatt Career Center. Previously, he was Dean of Cooperative Education and Career Services at Drexel University in Ph… Read More...

Second ever mid-year class moves into North

The second ever mid-year class moved into North Quad on Sunday making this the first mid-year class to be housed entirely in one Quad. Schefferes, which was closed for renovat… Read More...

Musings on a 'quirky' family

After nearly four months of fall semesters academic grind, most of us plowed through finals in mid-December and slid into winter break with just enough energy to make it home&… Read More...

Students have options to voice curriculum concerns

A Dec. 9 forum in Levin Ballroom gave students a chance to voice their opinions regarding the proposed curriculum changes. The forum was designed to give students the opportunity … Read More...

Operation Student Shield misdirected

The tragic and disheartening events following this falls improbable, seemingly impossible, Red Sox championship have left many in our community searching for an appr… Read More...

Seinfeld DVD success proves show still on top

With natural disasters, murder trials, and election analysis taking center stage in the news during the last two months, at least one very important and historic ev… Read More...

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter may speak on campus

Ann Coulter, a controversial conservative political pundit, may be visiting Brandeis to speak to students in early April. The event, scheduled to take place on Apr… Read More...

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