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Watching the dung-beetles: NotesfromastudentssemesterinAfrica

Kidogo changu pokea na dua njema nakuombea.
(Please accept this little from me, along with my prayers.)
Swahili proverb

In the dead of night, compound guards were knocki… Read More...

Memory Lane

Depending on how many foreign substances you ingested during your freshman year, such as food, water, your roommates food, your roommates water, your roo… Read More...

It doesnt cost anything to be nice

I was excited when, for one of my previous articles, the good people at The Hoot enlarged a quote from my mother, It doesnt cost anything to be nice. My parents are visit… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

Union Secretary Aaron Braver '07 announced the creation of a of a committee to investigate the current online system used in Union elections.

In an email to the Union Executiv… Read More...

Student groups, eager to grow, look to Village space

Its big enough for anything, said Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer Peter B. French of the 800 square foot open space in the Village, located across from the Villag… Read More...

Tuition, room & board up 4.5%

Tuition for the next academic year will increase by 4.5%, as will the cost of room and board, according to Acting Associate Vice President for Budget and Planning John Ric… Read More...

No funding left for course-related activities this year

The funding for course-related activities was exhausted for the academic year on Mar. 21, according to an email sent to the faculty by Michele Rosenthal, the Associate D… Read More...

Union campaigns for SAF

The Union has begun a campaign to inform voting students about the proposed Constitutional amendment which will change how the Student Activites Fee (SAF) is distributed, a… Read More...

Hockey Season on Ice

The Brandeis Club Hockey Team is currently 1-1 in the New England Senior Hockey League postseason, as they seek to repeat as Kings Division champions after winning the title l… Read More...

Tennis Takes Two

Brandeis Mens Tennis is on a roll.

After upsetting formerly 9th ranked Wheaton 6-1, Brandeis carried that momentum to Babson, winning easily, 6-1. This is its sixth … Read More...

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