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Crisis services encompass both emergency and counseling support

Students in crisis seeking peer support can find counseling at both STAR and the Brandeis Counseling and Rape Crisis Hotline.

“I think both services are vital, honestly,” sa… Read More...

String of car robberies alarms campus

With several cars broken into and one student the victim of an unarmed robbery earlier this month, university police have urged students to remain cognizant of criminal activity… Read More...

Pokémon Black and White 2 finds refuge in nostalgia

Three weeks ago, Nintendo released its latest Pokémon games in the United States. Unlike any previous game in the long-running series, these latest games are a direct sequel to t… Read More...

SEA changes makeup without changing mission

In existence since 2007, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) as an organization is constantly changing. Recently, SEA is trying out a new structure where they vote on initia… Read More...

Mods party registration reinstated

Within the first few weeks of school, parties at the Foster Mods got out of hand, resulting in noise complaints to the Brandeis Police from nearby Waltham residents, crowding prob… Read More...

Reviving the Rose with conversation and Gene Davis

The first of many interdisciplinary art discussions took place at The Rose Art Museum on Wednesday. The discussion of Gene Davis’ “Moondog” is part of new director, Christ… Read More...

Amherst Sexual Assault leads to policy changes

An article published in Amherst College’s student newspaper, The Amherst Student, on Oct. 17 published former student, Angie Epifano’s account of her experience at the sch… Read More...

Full of dark humor, ‘Escape from Happiness’ extols family

Last weekend in Laurie Theater, the Brandeis Theater Company, the university’s primary graduate theater group, performed “Escape from Happiness.” Written by George F. … Read More...

Ethics center brings renowned peacebuilder to Deis

Visiting practitioner and peacebuilder Michel Noureddine Kassa has spent over a decade building bridges between warring parties in Zaire and the Democratic Republic of the Con… Read More...

Sundiata, in Italy, lectures on peacemaking

Brandeis students often hear about the value of experiential learning and putting knowledge and theory into action. Professor Ibrahim Sundiata (AAAS) embraced this idea when h… Read More...

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