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Scholar discusses Israel feminism

Israeli feminist scholar and activist Hannah Safran gave a presentation on Americas possible influence on the feminist movement in Israel on Tuesday at the Womens Studies Resea… Read More...

World-renowned filmmakers visit campus

Last Monday, world-renowned filmmaker Werner Herzog screened his latest documentary, Encounters at the End of the World, on campus, followed the next day by a … Read More...

Gandhi’s grandson speaks at conference

On Friday October 19, 2007, members of the Student Peace Alliance from across the country gathered in Levin Ballroom to listen to a speech by Arun Gandhi, grandson of … Read More...

‘Anger is like electricity’

Chrissy Callahan: What do you feel is the significance of spreading your message to todays youth in particular?

Arun Gandhi: Youth in the past didnt have [the] opportunities we do … Read More...

Savvy students work for LTS

Not just any student can work for LTS. In addition to being computer savvy, students need to understand the inner workings of other technology as well, such as those cool C… Read More...

IMES students send letter expressing grievances to dean, administration

Due to concern regarding the future of their program, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies students have drafted a letter addressed to various administrators including Pres… Read More...

Brandeis graded C in report on college eco-sustainability

The Sustainable Endowments Institute, a Cambridge-based nonprofit organization dedicated to sustainability research and education, issued Brandeis a C grade in th… Read More...

Education Studies major proposed for Fall 2008

A proposal to create an Education Studies major will go before the University faculty for a vote in November, and if approved the major will potentially be introduced for the F… Read More...

Fencing prepares for new season

After finishing last season first among Division III schools at the NCAA tournament, as well as claiming the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Championships, the Br… Read More...

Big Apple turns sour

Oh, how the tables have turned faster than a New York minute. In the truly love-hate (mostly hate) relationship that could describe the sporting franchises that represent th… Read More...

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