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From the page to the stage: MusicUnitesUS with the Waltham community

“I bet you’ve never heard an Iraqi love song,” Yuval Ron of the Yuval Ron Ensemble, continued. The Iraqi musician then proceeded to play one for the kids during a MusicUnitesUs performance in the ‘05-‘06… Read More...

Ollie’s Eatery: A late night special

Food is not a joking matter when it comes to college students. We want good food at an affordable price and available at all hours of the day. While Sherman and USDAN have been the… Read More...

From Brandeis to Haiti: Widening the gap

Are you tired of sitting in class after class, listening to the professor lecture, and spend each day just writing chicken scratch notes in your beat up 3 ring binder? Then maybe a Community Engaged… Read More...

Israeli-Arab journalist offers views on MidEast conflict

In a talk sponsored by Students United for Israel and Hasbara Fellowships, Israeli-Arab journalist Khaled Abu Toameh offered up his perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the prospects for peace. Despite a downpour outside, Toameh… Read More...

Univeristy alum discusses new book on democracy

Ted Gup ’72 returned to his alma mater on Wednesday for a “Meet the Author” event, sponsored by the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, to talk about his new book Nation of Secrets. Florence Graves,… Read More...

Students gather for 2nd firearms forum

The second Brandeis gun forum was held last night, after the Firearms Policy Advisory Committee had its first meeting last month. This committee, which is made up of students and staff, discusses the concerns dealing… Read More...

Men’s B-ball splits two in the Midwest

The Brandeis Men’s Basketball team saw its UAA title hopes built up like a castle made of sand; those hopes were dashed down into the sea over the weekend, capped by defeat at Chicago, 74-66.… Read More...

Women’s Basketball falters on road trip

Brandeis Women’s Basketball approached last weekend’s road trip, fate firmly in its hands. That grip has been forcibly pried open and lopped off after the Judges were swept away on the road last weekend; they… Read More...

The sporting winds have changed once again

Only a couple of months ago things seemed to be ripe for Boston sports fans and sour for their rivals over in New York. I wrote a pair of articles chronicling the rise of Boston… Read More...

Alford, Norton shine at NE

While most Brandeis community members went away for their February break, the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams competed twice. The squads first traveled to Cambridge in order to participate in the MIT invitational.… Read More...
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