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Midyears and upperclassmen share Village residence quad

The midyear class of 2013 moved into the Village Residence Quad earlier this month, making it the first time ever first-years are living in direct proximity to upperclassmen. Up until last year, the university housed… Read More...

Panel discusses future of conflict in Afghanistan

PHOTO BY Lien Phung/The HootThe American conflict in Afghanistan received special attention Thursday at a panel presentation delivered in the International Lounge at the Usdan Student Center. Sponsored by the Center for German and European… Read More...

Prominent sociologist Hilary Levey speaks about competition in children

Playing to win: Sociologist Hilary Levey speaks Thursday about raising children in a competitive culture.PHOTO BY Paula HoekstraSociologist Hilary Levey spoke at Brandeis yesterday about her recent studies in adolescent competition as part of the… Read More...

Panel discusses future of conflict in Afghanistan

The American conflict in Afghanistan received special attention Thursday at a panel presentation delivered in the International Lounge at the Usdan Student Center. Sponsored by the Center for German and European Studies, the panelists included… Read More...

NYTimes Jerusalem bureau chief to speak on campus Tuesday

New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Ethan Bronner will speak at Brandeis Tuesday about the challenges he faced reporting from Israel in an event entitled “Covering the Middle East in 2010: A report from the… Read More...

Chabon no ‘amateur’

As someone who is neither a husband nor a father (I hope), it may seem puzzling that I would choose to read Michael Chabon’s “Manhood for Amateurs: The Pleasures of a Husband, Father, and Son,”… Read More...

Drowning in ‘The Deep End’

ILLUSTRATION BY Ariel Wittenberg/The HootIt’s hard to tell what inspired ABC’s decision to produce and air the new legal drama, “The Deep End,” which premiered Thursday night. Perhaps the corporate execs figured that, with their… Read More...

Of fists and fist pumps

MTV’s “Jersey Shore” has come and gone, and it was undoubtedly a goldmine. Before the season was even halfway over, the cast members were making appearances with Jay Leno, getting paid upwards of $5,000 to… Read More...

Things that go BMOP in the night

If you attended a performance of the Boston Symphony Orchestra last fall, chances are pretty good that you heard one or more of Beethoven’s symphonies. The BSO, widely recognized as one of the world’s most… Read More...

Of fists and fist pumps

MTV’s “Jersey Shore” has come and gone, and it was undoubtedly a goldmine. Before the season was even halfway over, the cast members were making appearances with Jay Leno, getting paid upwards of $5,000 to… Read More...
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