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And the winners will be …

To paraphrase a wise man, nothing in life is certain save for death, taxes … and the Academy Awards. Just as most Brandeis students will be returning to campus on Feb. 27, the 8… Read More...

Creative Writing: “The Duke”

When Veronica stomped onto the gravel track, head-down, blinking from the sunlight like a baby mole, Tim thought that the girl was going to punch him.

Every morning, Tim gulped dow… Read More...

Arts Recommends…

Film ‘Catch Me If You Can’

Can’t get enough of Leonardo DiCaprio? Even if he isn’t your favorite actor, you should give Steven Spielberg’s clever con-artist film a chan… Read More...

A very presidential love story

Fred says:

Kathy and I met at Friday night services at Yale Hillel her senior year in college and my first year of law school. We became very good friends that year and I thought that sh… Read More...

Taking to the streets

The Egyptian protests of the last several weeks have gripped the globe, monopolizing headlines and shaking a region. As the military is now in command of the government and the wor… Read More...

Columbia Univ professor lectures on human rights

On Monday night, Rapaporte Treasure Hall was the site of deep discussion and debate about issues relating to human rights around the world; even the meaning and the concept of huma… Read More...

Documentary inspires debate over ‘Race to Nowhere’

school speak: A student offers his own views in a discussion following a screening of the education documentary “Race to Nowhere” in the Shapiro Campus Center on Feb. 8.
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Art exhibit tackles ‘insatiable’ appetites

We want more: more food, more money, more power, more sex—we are never satisfied with what we have and are always hungering for what we do not already possess. In the juryed exhibi… Read More...

Valentine’s Day at ’Deis

What do we know about Valentine’s Day? We know that every year on Feb. 14 people send cards, flowers and gifts to the ones they love. But why is it “Valentine’s” Day? Who is St… Read More...

Gosling and Williams deliver ‘Blue Valentine’

Towards the beginning of director Derek Cianfrance’s “Blue Valentine,” college student Cindy Pereira (Michelle Williams) asks her grandmother a question: “What did … Read More...

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