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Brandeis narrows acceptance rates

Brandeis, according to a report that Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel presented to faculty on Oct. 12, is narrowing the size of its student body fro… Read More...

Brandeis Holds Multi-Partisan Debate

Brandeis held a multi-partisan debate Wednesday night, that offered political club leaders an opportunity to share their beliefs on pressing political issues. The debate, mod… Read More...

Swimming and Diving returns to action after absence

Competing for the first time at home since the 2008 season, the Brandeis swimming and diving team announced their return to competition with a new school record in a pair of losses t… Read More...

Unleashing the talents of the Adagio Dance Company

Adagio Dance Company held its fall show Dancefest, “ADC Unleashed,” this Wednesday in Levin Ballroom. Over the course of two hours there were 21 different dances ranging fro… Read More...

AAAS sponsors race and gender discussion, Hill moderates

Three local activists and scholars gave their thoughts on race and gender in the election Tuesday night, in a forum moderated by Professor Anita Hill (HS) and sponsored by the Afri… Read More...

Brandeis in running for “Most Vegan Friendly College in US”

For the seventh year in a row, Brandeis is in the running to be the most vegan-friendly college in the United States, according to a study conducted by People for the Ethical Treatme… Read More...

Ridgewood residence renamed for Reinharz

In recognition of the contributions to Brandeis by former President Jehuda Reinharz during his service to the university, Brandeis University’s Board of Trustees voted on Oc… Read More...

President’s house sold for 2.06 million

Brandeis has sold its President’s house in Newton. After selling the historic home in 1990 and then buying it again, at the beginning of former university president Jehuda Rein… Read More...

Men and women’s cross country continues to improve

The women’s cross country team attended the Open New England Tournament this weekend, placing 27th out of 37 teams and 6th within the Division III competition.

Individually, V… Read More...

Men’s soccer continues to roll with 2-0 win over Case

The men’s soccer team extended their unbeaten streak to 17 games with a 2-0 victory over Case Western this past Saturday. With the win, the Judges improve to 11-0-1 (1-0-1 UAA). T… Read More...

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