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MLK Scholars discuss faith and Brandeis

The MLK and Friends club concluded a weeklong celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Buddhist meditation that was attended by more than 40 Brandeis students. At the meditation, students clapped and sang along… Read More...

Judiciary to mediate film festival squabble

The Student Judiciary (SJ) notified will be using an informal mediation process rather than a trial to resolve the slander complaint filed last week by Avi Swerdlow ’10 on behalf of the SunDeis film festival… Read More...

Environmentalists strive to change climate, minds

An environmentalist panel, “Changing People in a Changing Climate?” convened Tuesday to discuss the negative effects that climate change has on people around the world. The dialogue, which was subtitled “Ethical Implications of Climate Disruption,”… Read More...

Undergrad applications increase by almost 1,000

Brandeis received the largest number of applications in university history this year despite campus-wide fears that the university’s widely publicized financial crisis would have a detrimental effect on applications. The 7,738 applications, up from last… Read More...

IBS ranked among top 15 grad schools by Princeton Review

The International Business School (IBS) was named one of the top 15 graduate business schools for both finance and global management in Princeton Review’s Student Opinion Honors list. This is the second year that IBS… Read More...

Activists speak on importance of educating Sudanese girls

Human rights activist Gloria White-Hammond spoke about using education to ensure equal opportunity rights for women in Sudan and other countries. Co-founder of My Sister’s Keeper, a women’s organization in Sudan, White-Hammond was accompanies by… Read More...

On the cutting edge of film: BTV’s latest projects prove to be most professional yet

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootArun Narayanan ’10 is one tired guy. He’s been up since 4 a.m. editing a short film for IndieLouie, a 48-hour film challenge, and now that he’s started, there’s no turning… Read More...

Softball finishes strong week after earning first ever national ranking

Brandeis’ catcher Erin Ross ‘10 (No. 13, pictured) hits safely into a fielder’s choice, during the first inning. After failing to make an out on the play, Lasell gave up an unearned run due to… Read More...

Women’s tennis defeats Bates

The Brandeis men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Lewiston, Maine last Saturday to take on the Bates College Bobcats, and after a pair of hard-fought matches, the women left with a 5-4 victory while… Read More...

Baseball drops a pair, claims a win Thursday

The Brandeis Baseball team returned home seeking a revival. After slogging through nine games in Texas and Florida to start the season–a span in which they went 2-7–the Judges climbed to a 10-9 walk off… Read More...
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