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Brandeis Alum, Brian Paternostro ’08 Passes Away

Brian Paternostro ’08, a dedicated friend and passionate Brandeis theater star, died on Sept. 12 after a long struggle with cancer. He was 27.

During his time at Brandeis, Pater… Read More...

Student Union Senators continue work on their ongoing projects

Now, with classes in full swing, the Student Union and senators-at-large are working to accomplish last year’s goals, including club support, aesthetic and safety improveme… Read More...

Brandeis achieves six fulbright scholars

While many of us are settling into our school year routines and are preoccupied with the thrill of the fall semester, six recent Brandeis graduates are focused on new experiences, … Read More...

Stanford Professor to Receive Award from Brandeis

Stanford University sociology professor and director of urban studies Doug McAdam is the recipient of the 2012 Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize. McAdam is the author of two books o… Read More...

Brandeis professor instrumental in battlefield protection bill

U.S. Representative Rush Holt (D-NJ) announced last week the passage of the Battlefield Protection Bill in the House, a large victory for historians committed to the preservati… Read More...

Artist Fran Forman ’67 showcased around the world

Receiving recognition for her unique artistic compositions, Fran Forman ’67 was recently granted the prestigious honor of being selected as one of 30 artists to have her work d… Read More...

Farhat Agbaria facilitates the seeds of peace through dialogue

Wednesday at Brandeis’ International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, Farhat Agbaria coexistence facilitator from Givat Haviva and Seeds of Peace, discussed the … Read More...

Brandeis’ best senior artists on display

In the Goldman-Schwartz Art Center on Wednesday, select members of the senior classes opened a show, highlighting the work that they have produced over the past summer. The show i… Read More...

SAT Booklet conned from Waltham High

“Waltham High School students and faculty are left struggling to figure out how a school security breach led to the theft of an SAT test booklet,” according to the Waltham Patc… Read More...

Shrouded in controversy, ‘Elementary’ Soldiers on

America, it seems, has gone mad for Sherlock Holmes. Since 2009, two films starring Robert Downey Jr. have been released to great success, and the British BBC’s “Sherlock” … Read More...

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