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TV on the Radio delivers one Mountain of goods

This is it;

this is the album that music lovers have been waiting for, despite the fact that most people have yet to be aware of it. For those who sought out another Nevermind for o… Read More...

Due date for Arts Fest grant extended

As you may or may not be aware, every spring here at Brandeis since 1952 the Office of the Arts puts on the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts. This is a five-day cult… Read More...

Welcome back overseas: AreturntoDaufuskie

In his book, Pat Conroy called it Yamacraw Island to protect its anonymity, knowing that even a place seemingly forgotten by time would need protection from times onslau… Read More...

As Genocide continues, so do we

We are all here because everybody is fed up in watching no action on Darfur, while we have been watching rolling genocide, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albrigh… Read More...

South is the new center

The Administration has been working on a South Campus Development Project to vitalize the lower region of campus, and the team recently released the plan. Specifically,… Read More...

Einstein Bros. to open in January

The transition from Java City to Einstein Bros. Bagels will occur over the winter break, instead of in late September, according to Mark Collins, Vice-President fo… Read More...

‘Deis left out of LGBT guide

The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students was released last month, evidencing a growing concern for the accommodation of LGBT students on college campuses. The guide pro… Read More...

Union plans to upgrade voting system

The Student Union is planning to replace the campus election system, according to Union officials, one week after the elections for the senator for the Class of 2010 and t… Read More...

F-board allocates funds

Last week, the Finance Board (F-board) approved the budgets of Waltham Group, WBRS, BTV, BEMCo, Student Events, and Archon, officially initiat… Read More...

WSoccer wins 3 in a row

The Brandeis womens soccer team was able to pull out a victory against Wellesley College in Wellesley on Tuesday (Sept. 19) afternoon thanks to a big goal in the 80th minute by Sarah … Read More...

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