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Experiencing a masterpiece: Monet’s ‘Waterlilies’ in Paris, France

During my semester in Copenhagen, I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to travel across Europe and treat it as a classroom as accompanied by professors, I discover new cities. In … Read More...

Coppers and robbers do brilliantly across the pond

Apparently, “Law and Order: Los Angeles” wasn’t the only Dick Wolf creation to launch this season. Indeed, unbeknown to many viewers this side of the Atlantic, the “Law a… Read More...

Majesty of Chinese art at Peabody museum

If you are a fan of Chinese art, then you must visit the Peabody Essex Museum; if you are not a fan, you should visit anyway because you may find a new passion. To experience the majesti… Read More...

Ethier’s second half play leads judges past Emmanuel

The Brandeis women’s basketball team defeated Emmanuel College, 72-67, Sunday in a home game after losing 54-51 to Tufts University on Nov. 28.

Against Emmanuel, Amber Strodt… Read More...

Men’s basketball wins by two in OT

Guard Tyrone Hughes ’12 lifted the 19th-ranked Brandeis University men’s basketball team past visiting Clark, 67-65, Nov. 30 when he drove the length of the floor with 5.9 se… Read More...

Gordy’s game guesses: Week 12, the semester finale

Welcome back everyone. After a short break for Thanksgiving, I’m back with the last picks of both the semester, and the season. When we come back next semester it will be the post s… Read More...

’Deis Cheer: Putting their lives in each other’s hands

Every Monday and Wednesday, a group of girls gathers in Gosman. They are tour guides, belly dancers, Student Union senators, lab assistants and members of Waltham Group. They all … Read More...

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