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Follow the money: A look into Brandeis revenues and expenses

A Brandeis undergraduate student paying full tuition will pay $38,994 to attend Brandeis for the 2010-2011 academic year, according to the university’s financial services w… Read More...

Acheampong to name student representatives to administrative, Rose Art Museum committees

Student Union President Daniel Acheampong ’11 announced Tuesday the creation of a student committee and a student advisory position that will solicit student opinion and rep… Read More...

Graduate student injured in science lab chemical explosion

A university PhD student suffered injuries to his face after a chemical explosion in a laboratory inside the Edison-Lecks building. He was then transported to Massachusetts Gen… Read More...

Univ concerned about crosswalk safety

Jaywalking: A Brandeis student waits for the light at the South Street crosswalk. Every year the university’s departments of public safety and community living are concerned

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Lawrence to chant conservative Kol Nidre services

Frederick Lawrence won’t be starting his new job until January, but he is already raising the bar for Brandeis presidents.

The newly appointed next president of Brandeis will l… Read More...

Alternative rock band OK Go to headline fall concert

This year’s Fall Concert will headline the alternative rock band OK Go, Student Events announced this week. The Postelles will open the Oct. 2 concert.

Because the annual event … Read More...

University adopts need-sensitive admissions recommendation

The university has approved recommendations for “need-sensitive” admissions that will directly consider the financial need of some applicants and be considered as one fa… Read More...

Peretz letter to be sent despite apology

Members of the Brandeis community this week signed a petition protesting a column Brandeis Alumna Marty Peretz ’59 published in a New Republic blog Sept. 4. The organizers of th… Read More...

Undergrads pen book on a ‘Sparkling Tomorrow’

Two Brandeis students have published a new book, “Blueprints for a Sparkling Tomorrow: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream,” that argues for the creation of a “futu… Read More...

Alumnus depicts Brandeis beginnings

Leading social psychologist Elliot Aronson, winner of multiple awards from the American Psychological Association, attended Brandeis during its beginnings in the 1950s. In a … Read More...

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