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Rose art Image Gallery 1/5 (Max Shay)

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Rose art Image Gallery 2/5 (Natasha Rubin)

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Rose art Image Gallery 3/5 (Yuan Yao)

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Rose art Image Gallery 4/5 (Amira Mintz-Morgenthau)

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Rose art Image Gallery 5/5 (Barbara Stark)

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French outlines staggering deficits

BUDGET BRIEF: Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter French presented the university’s finances at a student forum. French explained that the faculty as well as the Board of Trustees viewed the same finanical… Read More...

Live Campus launches website

Student-led initiative Live Campus launched their website, LiveCampus.org, Monday to further their goal of ending extreme global poverty. As one of the Boston-based Millennium Campus Network groups striving to end extreme poverty, Live Campus acts… Read More...

The New Age of Ageing

For most students, aging entails legal drinking, independence and an expanding range of new possibilities at its best. At its worst comes the need to retire pajamas and Birkenstocks on weekdays or a necessity to… Read More...

When the whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Brandeis University takes pride in its diversity. Beyond the verbal emphasis in Brandeis’ mission statement, students are recruited from around the globe and represent different cultures, systems of beliefs and socio-economic backgrounds. However, age remains… Read More...

Women’s Fencing Victory

FENCING: Emma Larkin ‘11 (right) celebrates after a victory during Brandeis’ 18-9 win vs. Wellesley, Wednesday night.PHOTO BY Danielle Wolfson/The HootOn Wednesday night, the Wellesley fencing squared off against the Brandeis women’s fencing team and… Read More...
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