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Crown Center hosts forum on Egypt, Tunisia

Conditions for the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia will not necessarily translate to other uprisings in the region, Middle East scholars said during a forum in Rapaporte Treasure Hall on Tuesday sponsored by the Crown… Read More...

MIT professor to receive Brandeis science award

Peter Schiller, the Dorothy W. Poitras Professor in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics in MIT’s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, has been selected to receive the Jay Pepose ’75 Award in Vision Sciences. Pepose,… Read More...

Israeli, Palestinian negotiators discuss Egypt and the Middle East

Former Israeli negotiator Daniel Levy and former adviser to the Palestinian negotiating team Amjad Atallah debunked the idea that the revolutions in Egypt and throughout the Middle East would be detrimental to Israel in a… Read More...

Judges get back to their winning ways

Brandeis men’s basketball snapped its four-game losing streak during the weekend with a pair of victories against Case Western Reserve and Carnegie Mellon. Both teams overcame Brandeis when the Judges visited them in January, but… Read More...

Fencing: two out of three ain’t bad

PHOTO BY Nate Rosenbloom/The HootThe fencing teams have been busy this past week. The women’s team started off Sunday with a strong showing at the Stevens Tech Invitational while both the men’s and women’s teams… Read More...

Women’s bball split weekend and lose home finale

In the home season finale, the Brandeis women’s basketball team split their weekend series against Carnegie Mellon (CMU) and Case Western Reserve. In a basic repeat of the team’s January match-ups, the Judges handed a… Read More...

Offseason in review: Boston Red Sox

As the dust settled after the World Series last fall, the 2011 Red Sox began their preparations for Spring Training. The 2010 Red Sox finished with a record of 89-73 that landed them in third… Read More...

Professors discuss Shakespeare’s First Folio

folio first: Professor Ramie Targoff (ENG) discussed the publication history of Shakespeare’s First Folio and noted its key role in preserving Shakespeare’s legacy.PHOTO BY Paula Hoekstra/The HootIt feels almost silly stating that William Shakespeare is,… Read More...

Pet prescription: new remedy to common problems

After imprisonment in the library all week from studying for pre-break midterms, it seems as though many are craving social interactions beyond the frozen Canadian geese squawking on the Great Lawn. Since you’re preparing for… Read More...

Mashes to mashes, dust to dust …

PHOTO BY Andrew Rauner/The HootI breezed into Levin Ballroom Saturday night feeling confident. “I’m on the list,” I said airily to the ticket-takers. They showed me in and I examined the room. There was about… Read More...
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