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Manginah’s melodious semester show astounds audience

With the end of the semester quickly arriving, it is now the season for a capella semester shows. Starting the shows off with a bang, Manginah’s semester show this past Sunday was … Read More...

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V for Vendetta

Released in 2005, “V for Vendetta” tells the story of dystopian England in the 2030s, and the efforts of the freedom fighter V (Hugo Weaving) to bring to light the … Read More...

‘South by South Brandeis’ openers erupt with unique flair

Punk Rock & Roll Club brought their cleverly-titled “South By South Brandeis” to Chum’s last weekend, featuring the highly anticipated bands “Callers” and “D… Read More...

Documentary unveils dark underbelly of Israeli law

“The Law In These Parts,” directed by Ra’anan Alexandrowicz, details the legal system put in place after the 1967 war, in which Israel’s presence in the West Bank and Gaza … Read More...

Doonan lectures on state policy implementation after election

Professor Michael Doonan (HS) Ph.D. ’02, spoke Tuesday on “Election 2012: The President, Congress and Social Policy Implications,” during which he emphasized the impor… Read More...

Khazei encourages students to be “change agents”

Co-founder of City Year and founder of Be the Change, Inc. Alan Khazei spoke Thursday about the need for the youth in the service movement and the value of the youth vote in recent ele… Read More...

Students rally to celebrate community-wide Kindness Day

Debby Brodsky, Editor

Thursday marked Brandeis’ third annual Kindness Day, modeled after national Kindness Week, where students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to sh… Read More...

Univ to offer online classes with other elite schools

Brandeis next year will begin offering an online learning program as part of a collaborative effort with nine other leading national universities.

“Semester Online” aims t… Read More...

Late header by Ocel sends men’s soccer to Sweet Sixteen

Hosting the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament at Gordon’s Field, Brandeis’ fans packed the bleachers with a crowd of more than 500 for two days last weekend, watching the … Read More...

Flagel, student organizers differ on Dylan concert proposal

Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Andrew Flagel leaked to the Justice last week that it would cost approximately $300,000 to book Bob Dylan for Brandeis’ poten… Read More...

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