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A letter to Yalile in the year 2015

Im going to watch you shine,
Going to watch you grow;

Going to paint a sign,
So youll always know:
As long as one and one are two,
There could never be a father
Who loved his … Read More...

Once upon a time there was a Shopgirl

The sound of music that is meant to tug at your heartstrings fills the theater and, as sweeping shots pan over Los Angeles, you get a distinct sensation that you are about to … Read More...

Student Events talks to The Hoot

Student Events (SE) is the umbrella group that puts on many well-known events such as theme weeks and concerts that occur each semester. The department of Special Events is in char… Read More...

Father Michael to Leave Deis

Father David Michael, the Catholic priest at Brandeis, will leave the University this semester in order to serve in a nearby community.

The move was decided by the Boston … Read More...

ANTH offers new Masters in Cultural Production

The Brandeis Board of Trustees has recently approved the creation of a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Cultural Production, an interdisciplinary graduate program of the Departmen… Read More...

WVolleyball falls at UAA Championship

The UAA Championship was witness to an upset that came from what appeared to be from no where. Who would have thought that number one nationally ranked Washington University, … Read More...

Wsoccer marches into ECACs

As October turned into November, the leaves finally changed color, the weather went back and forth between snow and sixty degree heat, and the Brandeis Womens Socce… Read More...

Fencing begins fight

With the arrival of winter the Brandeis sports scene is making the transition from outdoor to indoor, and that means that the Womens and Mens Fencing teams are kicking off thei… Read More...

The week in sports

Baseball
The San Diego Padres traded pitcher Brian Lawrence to the Washington Nationals for third baseman Vinny Castilla.
Pete Rose Jr. turned himself in to authorities on charg… Read More...

Wsoccer advance in first round of ECAC tournament

After barely squeaking into the ECAC tournament with a .500 record and losses in two of its final three games, it would not be out of the question to assume that the Brandeis Wome… Read More...

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