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Brandeis community forms peace vigil to unite against MSA vandalism

Students, administrators and the Chaplaincy held a peace vigil at the Peace Circle March 12 following the vandalism and theft at the the Muslim Student Association (MSA) lounge M… Read More...

Flooding throughout campus subsides

The flooding and water damage to numerous residence halls and the Green Room of the library has been fixed, according to an e-mail from Facilities Services and Vice President and V… Read More...

Professor Ravid discusses history of Jewish ‘ghetto’

Professor Emeritus Benjamin Ravid (NEJS) delivered the 47th annual Simon Rawidowicz Memorial Lecture Wednesday. Ravid, Rawidowicz’s son, spoke about the problems, stereo… Read More...

Hogan highlights accomplishments in State of the Union address

Student Union President Andy Hogan ’11 promised a fresh start to student government with planned reforms in his second State of the Union address to the student body, faculty an… Read More...

Haiti relief goal almost reached

Fundraising for the Brandeis Haiti Relief Effort (BHRE) continued this week, getting Brandeis even closer to the goal of $25,000. BHRE has tentatively raised more than twenty th… Read More...

In Holocaust lecture, Rubenstein examines Nuremburg trials

Joshua Rubenstein, Northeast Regional Director of Amnesty International USA, discussed the often-neglected stories of Soviet territories occupied by the Nazis during World … Read More...

Kristen Taddonio, ENERGY STAR and government rep, comes to Brandeis

The false choice between a nation’s environmentalism and economy, as well as the effects of emissions control on the global climate conditon were the focus of a lecture, on Mond… Read More...

Gaining more than we bargained for

If you attend college, chances are you’ve heard about the “freshman 15.” Though some say it’s just a myth, for many college students the freshman 15 is a very real problem. … Read More...

‘Monologues’ discuss touchy subject

I have to confess that I was initially less than enthusiastic about attending this year’s production of playwright Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues,” which was stag… Read More...

Dowling digs new art installation

Groundbreaking for the large-scale public artwork commissioned by Brandeis for the Festival of the Arts began Wednesday outside The Rose Art Museum. The work by Michael Dowling … Read More...

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