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Breaking the silence around mental illness and suicide

August 31, 2010, was one of the most frightening nights of my life. When my roommate, Lily Nagy-Deak, left our suite, I had no idea that a few hours later we would receive frantic phone… Read More...

Activists hold ‘teach-in’ to educate about Occupy movement

Students for a Democratic Society joined with their peers in a group led by Professor Gordon Fellman (SOC) hosted a teach-in in the Shapiro Campus Center atrium on Tuesday. This teach-in incorporated a series of… Read More...

Bernstein Festival opens with yarn and music

The campus and lamp posts around the SCC have been yarn-bombed with vibrant multi colored knit for the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts. Kinetic sculpture pieces have been put up within the student… Read More...

Kirkland ’13 takes presidency

Todd Kirkland ’13 was elected Student Union president last Friday, edging out Dillon Harvey ’14 by a narrow margin of less than 100 votes. This is the first year in many that the race has… Read More...

24-hour Improvathon worth the all-nighter

Working at Chum’s, one gets to see a lot of shows, plays, performed poems, stand-up routines and bands of all stripes. Once, a band I saw on shift had packed the entire house and proceeded… Read More...

Women’s tennis finishes successful regular season on a low note

This past week the 20th-ranked women’s tennis team completed the regular season, dropping the final two matches. The first match came against 19th-ranked Wellesley University. In a hard-fought match on both sides, Wellesley came out… Read More...

Hillel Election Results Announced

After more than a day of voting that was open to the entire study body, regardless of religious affiliation, Allie Saran ’13 was elected president of the Hillel Executive Student Board. The new campus relations… Read More...

View from the Top: Sean Fabery

When I arrived at Brandeis in the fall of ’08, I had no idea what I was doing. I was only sure about one thing: I was not going to be an English major. What’s… Read More...

Track and field shine as season nears end

In a meet featuring 16 teams at the Eric Loeschner Invitational, hosted by Fitchburg State University, both the Judges men’s and women’s track and field teams recorded stellar performances. The men finished with six great… Read More...

Oops! We’re doing it again: Why are the ’90s back?

Are you living the ’90s dream? The IFC sketch-comedy series “Portlandia” poses that very question in its first scene, a musical celebration of all the things that decade promised. “You know how people were talking… Read More...
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