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JBS emerges from tough rollout as successful program

The three summer 2011 Justice Brandeis Semester (JBS) programs completed a successful run Tuesday with student presentations detailing their accomplishments. The individua… Read More...

Three Rose exhibits spotlight permanent collection

For those already well-acquainted with The Rose Art Museum’s wonderful permanent collection, Thursday’s reopening contained little in the way of surprises. It did, howev… Read More...

Chinese international student spends summer in India

Terry Chenyu Li ’14, a Beijing native, ventured a little farther from his home than many other students did this past summer. Li took part in the Brandeis-India Initiative progr… Read More...

View From the Top: Go away. Seriously.

In my time at Brandeis, I have been a slightly cliche college student and have tried many new things. I have tested the waters in a wide range of clubs and academic departments; I have … Read More...

You Know We’re Right: Ditch the dude or the drama? Maybe both?

Dear Leah and Morgan,

I’m having some boy problems and I need your help. For a while I’ve been really good friends with this guy and we’ve been hooking up for about a month. Neit… Read More...

Redefining the Holocaust: Israeli author Michal Govrin offers insight for survivors’ families

Michal Govrin, an acclaimed Israeli writer, visited Brandeis this past week to discuss her book, “Hold on to the Sun.” Her newly translated book presents a collection of shor… Read More...

Halloweening? Play it safe!

In middle school and high school we were taught that alcohol and drugs are dangerous and that we shouldn’t use them. It was that simple. This limited education did little to preve… Read More...

Savonen shines as Judges blank Lasell

In his second collegiate start, midfielder Tyler Savonen ’15 scored two goals, leading the Judges in a 3-0 win against local rival Lasell College in a non-conference matchup. W… Read More...

Student athletes; to pay or not to pay?

Should student athletes be able to collect payment for their athletic skill when their teams earn millions of dollars in revenue and publicity for their respective schools? This … Read More...

Volleyball snaps losing streak

This past Friday at the 2011 Hall of Fame Invitational, Brandeis women’s volleyball won the first match against Smith College in straight sets but lost the next two games. The Ju… Read More...

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