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Brandeis introduces Lerman-Neubauer Fellowship for class of 2012

Beginning with this year’s Freshman class, Brandeis will offer a Lerman-Neubauer Fellowship each summer to 12 accepted prospective students who have demonstrated academic … Read More...

First-Years begin Brandeis with open minds

All high school students have pre-conceived notions about what university life will be like; the fears, the expectations, the stereotypes. But how is life at Brandeis really sha… Read More...

Leap of faith: Brandeis sophomore holds off conversion to judaism upon arrival on campus

As a sophomore in high school, Emily Dunning assumed that she would convert to Judaism once she went to college. Since arriving at Brandeis University last year, however, Dunning… Read More...

New club aims to ease Brandeis Waltham tensions

The first meeting of the Advocates for Event Education and Police Instruction took place Monday in the Shapiro Multipurpose room. The club’s founder, Seth Shapiro ’09, open… Read More...

Kopp says education gap solvable

“Where you’re born in this country does affect your educational prospects,” Teach for America founder Wendy Kopp told a crowded room of students Monday night. Kopp, throu… Read More...

Deans discuss economic crisis

In the midst of a national financial crisis, Heller School Dean Lisa Lynch and International Business School Dean Bruce Magid discussed the domestic and international effects a… Read More...

Hackett Fischer discusses book Champlain’s Dream

Samuel De Champlain may have been the illegitimate son of King Henry IV, Prof. David Hackett Fischer (HIST) announced yesterday at a reception for the release of his new book, ChamRead More...

Women’s soccer loses to Clark, then goes on to defeat Smith

It was a week of very mixed results for the Brandeis women’s soccer team. On Saturday, Clark University took the Judges to overtime and sent them home with a loss with the only goal … Read More...

Women’s volleyball ends winning streak

All good things must come to an end. After all, the Roman Empire fell, the Beatles broke up, Clarence Thomas replaced Thurgood Marshall and the Brandeis volleyball team saw their f… Read More...

Nas graces Brandeis with his presence

On September 20, 2008 Nasir Jones, aka Nasir Ben Olu Dara, aka Nastradamus, aka Nasty Nas, but more commonly known as simply Nas, graced Brandeis University with his presence to ou… Read More...

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