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Students discuss autism during Brain Awareness Week

GRAY MATTER: Students sell baked goods at a Brain Awareness Week event while educating peers about the effects of autism spectrum disorders.PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootSpectrum, an autism awareness group on campus, held Brain Awareness… Read More...

Drug, alcohol committee to hold town hall

The university Committee on Drug and Alcohol and Policy will offer new opportunities for students to give feedback on alcohol use on campus, Professor Len Saxe (HELLER), Chair of the committee wrote to students in… Read More...

Great American Smoke Out encourages quitting cigarettes

Student organizers of the Brandeis chapter of Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) united Thursday to encourage others to quit smoking as part of the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smoke Out, an annual event that takes… Read More...

Tron!!!

Any Brandeis student walking by Chapels’ Field on a given afternoon might bear witness to a group of men running drills and practicing rigorously. Assuming that there are no brooms between the legs of players,… Read More...

More heaven than hell: FTP’s ‘No Exit’ gives vivid portrayal of afterlife

HELL ON EARth: Caroline Capello ’11 (center) impresses as Inez in the Free Play Cooperative Theatre’s production of ‘No Exit.’’ Dani Gurfinkel ’13 (left) and Xan Weinstein ’12 (right) also perform admirably as Garcin and… Read More...

Can’t go to Chelsea? Head to the Rose!

Fine Arts majors recently flocked to Chelsea Galleries in New York for a Senior Arts weekend and were confronted by some very familiar work. In addition to the Motherwells, Rauschenbergs and Picassos, two of The… Read More...

I believe you’re familiar with this particular brew: ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1’

If you knew you would be sitting at a theater and waiting almost four hours for the movie to start, you might be less than thrilled to see the movie, unless it’s “Harry Potter and… Read More...

Cook of Matthew (feat. Technicality Norris)

Scalloped Potatoes Bret: The French have many interesting ways of handling boring food. One way is called gratin, which is basically French for “add more cheese until it works.” You’ve probably had potatoes gratiné before;… Read More...

It ain’t easy being Green

To many, his name is not important. The important thing about Cee Lo Green is his production of “F*ck You,” the single that swept college campuses and other repositories for dirty language earlier this fall.… Read More...

Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson solving mysteries in modern London

The writers of Doctor Who’s version of Sherlock Holmes paint him as sexy, intelligent and a quasi-sociopath. In the BBC’s television series, a modernized re-imagining of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective series, Holmes and… Read More...
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