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Home on the range, not at the ‘Deis

On Nov. 4, a bus and two cars of Brandeis Democrats and their supporters drove to the small town of Raymond, New Hampshire to knock on doors in an effort to remind the town’s residents… Read More...

A funeral for Tate Lucas

I had just returned from the December holiday. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, I lived in a village in the northern region of Namibia, known as Ovamboland. I was sitting under a tree trying to… Read More...

A major popularity contest

A group of economics students huddle around a table, analyzing last night’s problem set, throwing around terms like “consumer surplus” and “law of diminishing returns.” Two sophomores frantically try to finish up that afternoon’s biology… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

Union Senate passes food sustainability resolution The Coalition for Food Services Reform has written a list of recommendations that they will bring to Aramark and the university administration on ways to improve infrastructure sustainability, food… Read More...

Students discuss anonymous free speech on gossip site

On Tuesday, students discussed anonymous free speech during the first meeting of Students Against JuicyCampus. A website founded last year, the mission of JuicyCampus is to “enabl[e] online anonymous free speech on college campuses…[and create]… Read More...

Men’s b-ball climbs out of hole

Brandeis men’s basketball experienced as disastrous start to the season, dropping their first three games and plummeted out of the d3hoops Top 25 poll after opening in the top ten. With that in mind however,… Read More...

Women’s fencing takes second place at the beanpot

Brandeis men’s fencing were unable to repeat last year’s success at the second annual Boston Beanpot Fencing championships, opening up with a 15-12 victory over MIT before bowing to Boston College 12-15 and Harvard 11-16.… Read More...

Women’s Basketball wins six straight

You may not have noticed but there’s a basketball team here that has been shooting up the d3hoops top 25 rankings, vanquishing their foes left and right as they aim for another NCAA post season… Read More...

Beckinsale, Alda hold Q&A

The intimate Wasserman Cinemtheque was buzzing with excitement on Wednesday evening following the Boston premiere of the film Nothing But the Truth. Approximately 300 students, teachers, and members of the press eagerly awaited the arrival… Read More...

Nothing but the Truth captivates

Squeezed by limited seating, the Program of Film Studies premiered Nothing but the Truth to a captivated audience of about 300. Inspired by the Valerie Plame/Judith Miller incident in 2005, writer and director, Rod Lurie,… Read More...
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