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Governor, university president to speak at ADL

President Fred Lawrence will join Governor Deval Patrick, Elie Wisel and ADL National Director Abraham H. Foxman on Monday for a discussion in Boston on anti-Semitism.

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India’s LGBT facing tough discrimination, visiting professor finds

Simmons College Professor Jyoti Puri spoke on campus Wednesday about her studies and fieldwork in New Delhi, India, on radicalized communalisms, criminalized queers, the poli… Read More...

Emory and Stanford professors win ’Deis $25k Gittler prize

Brandeis University selected Emory University Professor Emerita Frances Smith Foster and Stanford University historian Clayborne Carson as winners of its third annual Josep… Read More...

Getting heavy with The Lightweights

While trying to find new bands to listen to, I’ve come across some truly unique new acts that I find mind-blowing—not because of their sounds but because it seems that no one is a… Read More...

‘Cinderella Waltz’ puts new spin on old tale

“Cinderella Waltz,” staged by the Brandeis Ensemble Theatre (BET) this past weekend, was definitely an event to which I looked forward this parents’ weekend. One of Fall F… Read More...

Brandeis alum Gondelman releases comedy album

With each and every track, Brandeis alum Josh Gondelman’s new comedy album “Everything’s The Best,” to be officially released Nov. 8, is a wonderful and attention-grab… Read More...

Don’t reap ‘Grimm’ yet: Grant it a second chance

If we’ve learned anything from the Grimm fairytale “Little Red Riding Hood,” it’s that strange men are wolves out to destroy the innocence of wayward young girls. Unfort… Read More...

Arts Recommends 11/04/11

Film: ‘Husbands and Wives’

When people discuss Woody Allen, they tend to classify his films into two categories: funny Woody and serious Woody. “Husbands and Wives,” hi… Read More...

Fall Fest welcomes Brandeis parents

Fall Fest 2011, beginning Friday, marks a “retrospective” weekend for the Brandeis community when parents and alumni can learn about the students’ lives on campus as well … Read More...

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