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Runway fashionistas rent out style to students

While other students began to wind down from a long week of classes and prepare for the weekend, Emily Troge ’14 and Abby Hirsch ’14 spent last Friday organizing the first trunk … Read More...

Study abroad office promotes new Hague, Israel programs

The Office of Study Abroad promoted its programs during the annual study abroad fair in Levin Ballroom on Thursday. It’s main initiative was to promote the new spring semester H… Read More...

Student Union discusses 2011 agenda

The Student Union seeks to improve the overall morale of students on campus and help club leaders access the university resources at their disposal, President Herbie Rosen ’12 … Read More...

Anita Hill takes job at DC law firm

Dr. Anita Hill, professor of social policy, law and women’s studies at the Heller School has taken a position at the Cohen, Milstein, Sellers and Toll law firm based in Washingto… Read More...

Rabbi discusses human-trafficking trade in Israel

“In the state of Israel, someone does not have sex with prostitutes but rapes sex slaves.” Rabbi Levi Lauer, the founding executive director of ATZUM-Justice Works, reitera… Read More...

‘Sense of Wonder’ reveals real Rachel Carson

Before seeing the one-woman play “A Sense of Wonder,” I knew only a few things about Rachel Carson; I’d heard of her most famous book, “Silent Spring,” and had even been t… Read More...

Clinical ‘Contagion’ a smart but chilly thriller

While I was settling in to watch “Contagion” this past weekend, a guy in front of me pulled the classic yawn-and-stretch on his date, clearly aiming to get an arm around her. It w… Read More...

Behind the scenes of ‘24-Hour’

Ever wondered what it’s like to put on a show after only 24 hours of rehearsal? Up until this year, so did I. Though my journey as co-choreographer began last May, nothing quite pre… Read More...

Superhero summer not quite a bummer

The last few summers have been dominated by comic book movies. For example, 2008 boasted both “Iron Man” and “The Dark Knight,” two of the most well-regarded movie adapta… Read More...

Volleyball goes 4-0 over tournament and home stand

Whenever there is a tournament, many stories follow. Usually one story rises above the others and in the case of the Brandeis Volleyball Invitational the big story was how the host… Read More...

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