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Students hopeful about Lawrence presidential appointment

 

The debate surrounding what to call the newly appointed Brandeis University President Frederick Lawrence has begun. So far, Sahar Massachi ’11 and his friends have fou… Read More...

Mandel Center for the Humanities completed

PHOTO by Max Shay/The Hoot

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The new Mandel Center for the Humanities building was completed during the university’s summer break, while the renovation of the form… Read More...

Rose art not for sale, maybe for rent

A Rose is a Rose: Art from the Rose Art Museum may be safe from sale for now as the university considers non-sale options like renting or lending the art out to other organizations.
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Indecent exposure

A man in his 20’s was seen “exposing himself” inside a deserted Harlan Chapel, the Protestant Chapel on campus at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, according to a statement from Director … Read More...

Chess King

CHESS MASTER: Sam Shankland '14 comes to Brandeis after taking a year off to play chess professionally. A California native, Shankland won 21 chess tournaments in a row in 2007 and

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McCauley on ‘Insignificant Others’

Professor Stephen McCauley’s new novel “Insignificant Others,” released by Simon and Schuster over the summer, is a darkly witty and funny tale of a man who attempts to unc… Read More...

‘ArchAndroid’ features new talent: Janelle Monae

Janelle Monae’s debut full-length album “The ArchAndroid” begins with the sounds of an orchestra tuning its instruments in a concert hall, an audacious promise of a work e… Read More...

Happily unmarried

Unless you’re a serial dater or got married to your high school sweetheart, there comes a time in everyone’s life when they’re going to feel like the only single person in a wo… Read More...

‘Part of your world’

GRAPHIC BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot

It’s amazing the difference six months can make. I was born into a mermaid-less world on May 10, 1989. My parents named me Ariel, in part, bec… Read More...

The play’s the thing

The night is cool and dry; there will be a show tonight. Families, couples and groups of friends sit in haphazard clusters on the spongy grass of the Boston Common. A three-year-old … Read More...

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