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Deis hosts sessions on legacy of slavery

Leading intellectuals, artists and activists came together at Brandeis this week to discuss the history and consequences of slavery at the public conference Beyond Slaver… Read More...

Students react to new lockout policy

It seemed like a common scene all over first-year halls around campus. A scantily-clad, red-faced first-year eagerly awaits outside his dormitory door as the smiling offic… Read More...

UCC and admin to discuss pass/fail changes

The Administration and the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) are contemplating an alteration to the universitys pass/fail policy. The change would require students t… Read More...

Trees and Medow honored

Two Brandeis athletes were rewarded this week for their individual efforts volleyball captain Shannon Trees 08 and veteran goalkeeper Betsy Medow 08 each won defensive player o… Read More...

This week in sports

Baseball
Lou Piniella signed a three year deal to manage the Chicago Cubs.

After being swept in the ALCS, Oakland fired manager Ken Macha. Macha was reportedly not favored by t… Read More...

Rookies shine in swim opener

Brandeis swimming faced off against division one opponent, Boston College. BC came out on top , defeating the Brandeis men 112-141 and the women 117-141. Nonetheless&#… Read More...

Golf takes 10th at NYU Violet Classic

Braving the relatively chilly weather, the Brandeis Golf Team competed at New York University this past Saturday and Sunday. The Judges were able to place 10th and 11th at the … Read More...

The Hoot meets with Flogging Molly

Before the Flogging Molly show here at Brandeis, I got to sit down with bassist Nathen Maxwell and got him to spill a few fun facts and, well, his beer.

Hoot: Youre offic… Read More...

Broken scene, but full sound

As an air of confusion and anxiety floated upon the crowd at Levin Ballroom on Monday, October 16, Broken Social Scene slowly made their way on stage for a commanding hour a… Read More...

Balance and POWER

As visitors approach the entrance to the exhibit, the tinkling of water from the fountain in the outer hall begins to die away. Instead, deep male voices resonate from far … Read More...

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