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Greek Life expands on campus

Since its founding in 1948, Brandeis has undergone many changes. The university has grown, its programs have expanded and it has begun to accept widely diverse students into the e… Read More...

Shades of Gray: The Mosaic: the reality of race in social life

In 2007, 94.5 percent of student respondents to a university diversity survey said Brandeis had exposed them to a group different than their own. In the same survey, 51 percent of s… Read More...

‘Shades of Gray’ in-focus: a journalist’s notebook

Omoefe, Supreetha and I were sitting in the office of a senior administrator at Brandeis in order to interview him for this series. It just so happened that, between the three of us, … Read More...

Shades of Grey in-focus: a journalist’s notebook

I didn’t realize race until this year. Though I had attended a Posse Plus Retreat focused on “Race After Obama” and roomed with my first “black” Nigerian roommate in a cr… Read More...

Shades of Grey in-focus: a journalist’s notebook

It was Nov. 4, 2008 when I stood in the middle of Shapiro Campus Center surrounded by rambunctious cheering and excited chatter. My lungs breathed in air thick with anticipation, m… Read More...

Senior takes the middle man out of online discovery

Brett Segall ’11 will be busy during the next few months. In addition to graduating with a double major in Economics and Business and a minor in Legal Studies, he plans to launch eM… Read More...

Students create teacher awards

At this point in the semester—as finals loom on the horizon—it is common for students to resent their professors for the work quickly piling up in front of them. Dana Schneider … Read More...

Collision course: Celtics vs. Heat

These two teams have been on a collision course since the “Big Three” of Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, or the “Big Two + Bosh” as I like to call them, teamed up this … Read More...

Bowling for Soup returns to cast new lines

Fresh off studio time and a U.K. tour last year, Bowling for Soup (BFS) return this spring with an album of new material that makes me wonder if they will ever run out of topics to talk a… Read More...

Arts festival opens with 'happening'

the happening At top, three violinists play for the audience, while other students perform hip-hop dancing at bottom.
Photos by Alex Patch/The Hoot

The Leonard Bernstein Festiv… Read More...

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