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Student Events kicks off Louis Louis celebration

Louis Louis 2006, coordinated by Student Events in partnership with multiple other groups on campus, began this week and continues through Monday November 13. Included in the six-day celebration are a variety of events. The… Read More...

Hold Thy Peace denied admission to theater collective

Thursday nights Undergraduate Theatre Collective (UTC) commission meeting resulted in a decision to deny UTC membership to Hold Thy Peace (HTP), Brandeis Shakespeare Society. E-mails sent to the current five UTC groups cited logistical concerns… Read More...

Energy saving efforts taking hold on campus

As the environmental and economic costs of energy consumption increase, Brandeis is striving to create a greener campus. The Universitys efforts follow a trend among colleges throughout the nation to reduce their campus negative environmental… Read More...

Reaccreditation process to continue with campus visit

As part of the reaccreditation process, a visiting team from the New England Association for Schools and Colleges (NEASC) will be on campus November 12-15 in order to evaluate multiple facets of the university, including:… Read More...

The [n-y-c] files: Whenanickelwasmagic

Come find out what you cant know; see whats not there. Its no more, but it used to be in humanitys hometown; you know where. These are the [n-y-c] files. * —– Ottoman? she asked.… Read More...

MSoccer wins 1-0;

In its first round of ECAC play, the fourth seeded mens soccer team overcame sloppy conditions and sloppy play to defeat fifth seed Plymouth State 1-0. It was a game that many agreed left a… Read More...

WVolleyball advances in ECAC

Making their first postseason appearance since Well, their first appearance under Coach Michelle Kim, the Judges justified their number one ECAC seeding with a 3-0 crushing of eighth-seeded Framingham State. It was important to start… Read More...

Gorenkoff scores in overtime, WSoccer wins 3-2

In a hard-fought match that saw leads change and rain pour, it was the Brandeis Judges that prevailed in the opening round of the ECACs, beating Rhode Island College 3-2 in overtime. It was a… Read More...

Night of Broken Glass remembered

Thursday night at 8 p.m., students, faculty, and community members gathered at Wasserman Cinematheque to commemorate Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, with an evening of poetry, monologues, and viewing of the movie The… Read More...

El-Far on The Black Eyed: Four Arab women in limbo

With opening night a mere two weeks away, Jennie El-Far 07, who is directing The Black Eyed by Betty Shamieh for the Free Play Theatre Collective as her senior thesis, took a few minutes to… Read More...
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