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NY Times Columnist Friedman questions ethics of WikiLeaks

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman ’75 questioned the ethics of WikiLeaks and technology in journalism during an academic symposium to honor outgoing University President Jehuda ReinharzWednesday evening in the Shapiro Campus Center. Friedman, who… Read More...

Sudanese ambassador speaks about future of his nation

PHOTO BY Paula Hoekstra/The HootThe Honorable Akec Khoc, Sudanese ambassador to the United States came to the university in order to lead a discussion about possible futures for the North and South regions of Sudan… Read More...

Rebuilding Haiti with justice

Brian Concannon Jr., Founder of Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), emphasized the need to restore legal order and empower the Haitian people as the nation rebuilds from the earthquake that struck in… Read More...

Lawrence makes provost second in command

The Brandeis Administrative Structure Advisory Committee and incoming President Fred Lawrence have announced that the provost will now become second-in-command of the institution, taking oversight of several key offices from the senior vice president of… Read More...

Loco for Loko

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootDeath feels distant to most college students, but at a blood alcohol concentration of 0.30, it can become real. It’s a lesson many university health officials, administrators and students have learned… Read More...

The Reinharz years

When outgoing university President Jehuda Reinharz ascended to the presidency in 1994, the Brandeis endowment was a miniscule $194 million, with fewer than $10 million in unrestricted funds. Buildings, like the steps of The Rose… Read More...

Midyear explores ‘pura vida’ before ’Deis

When Robyn Lederer of Washington D.C. received her letter informing her that she was a midyear she “flipped out.” With some contemplation and encouragement from friends and family, Lederer chose to see the midyear acceptance… Read More...

Dining Services collects ‘toys for tots’ during holiday season

The holiday season is fast approaching and Brandeis Dining Services has taken notice. Whether you take your meals in Sherman, Usdan or the Faculty Club, Dining Services has set up tables in every dining hall… Read More...

The most important New Year’s resolution

In light of the recent homosexual teen suicides due to bullying along with the visit of the Westboro Baptist Church to Brandeis, I thought it might be time to focus on the mental side of… Read More...

I can’t tell a ‘White’ lie: HTG production too long

The Hillel Theater Group’s production of Peter Shaffer’s “The White Liars and Black Comedy” was uneven and too long, with a few stand-out moments of hilarity. The audience was presented with two one-act plays that… Read More...
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