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Alum arrested in WV mine protest

Activists have called for probes into allegedly brutal police conduct during the break-up of a protest at a West Virginia mine last month where Dorian Williams ’12 was among tho… Read More...

Recipe for success: men’s basketball hits Croatia

The last time the men’s basketball team traveled overseas in the preseason was in 2007 when Coach Brian Meehan took the team to Italy. That season the Judges advanced to the Elite … Read More...

Ken Kaiserman, developer and trustee, dies at 73

Trustee Ken Kaiserman ’64, a devoted alumnus who established several endowed scholarships and engaged with young alumni, died from cancer on Aug. 19. He was 73.

Having first jo… Read More...

Jackie Theoharis stars with a sense for truth

Jackie Theoharis ’14, who performed in Urinetown and Fuddy Meers this past academic year is making her mark on Brandeis theater.
Theoharis, who was hooked on the idea of theater … Read More...

A Distinguished Career: the legacy of Tim Morehouse

The resume of Tim Morehouse ’00 speaks for itself: U.S. Silver Medalist, three-time Olympic team member, seven-time World Cup Medalist and three-time NCAA All-American. He h… Read More...

Creative Productions to Shine in Fall Theater Season

Due to an intensely competitive a cappella scene, a slew of comedy troupes, and not to mention the many theater groups on campus, each school year brings a new batch of performances… Read More...

Waltham police chief arrested for domestic assault

Waltham Police Chief Thomas M. LaCroix was arrested June 12 after allegedly assaulting his wife and verbally threatening to murder both her and her friend, who was present during … Read More...

Action and Art Abound in Upcoming Films

As students, teachers and staff members return to Brandeis for the fall semester, the thought of impending academic and social stress can appear daunting. Thankfully, a slew of u… Read More...

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