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Minimal campus damage from Sandy

Temporary power outages on Monday evening and two fallen trees marked the extent of damage to the Brandeis campus from Hurricane Sandy this week. The storm struck the East Coast an… Read More...

Voters to decide physician-assisted suicide Tuesday

Massachusetts voters will decide Tuesday whether or not to legalize assisted suicide. If the ballot measure passes, it will allow “a physician licensed in Massachusetts to pr… Read More...

Legacy fund hosts symposium on poverty in America

Professors, students and historians gathered in the Hassenfeld Conference Center on Thursday for a symposium on Poverty Since the Great Society. The event, sponsored by the Lou… Read More...

Kaplan dispute ends in judicial mediation

Dean Kaplan’s ’15 case against the Student Union after being defeated by the abstain option and consequently turned out of his position as off-campus senator ended in mediat… Read More...

Brandeis alumna finds YouTube fame

Alex Dainis ’11 has found a way to merge her passions in a way that is making her YouTube famous. During her time at Brandeis, Dainis juggled multiple majors and various activitie… Read More...

Dor Guez engages with art and experience

This semester, The Rose has had the sincere pleasure of hosting the art of Dor Guez, a Christian Palestinian whose work, a collection of photos and videos, chronicles the tale of hi… Read More...

Elledge, Harvard professor, wins annual Rosenstiel Award

Harvard Professor and research scientist Dr. Stephen Elledge won this year’s Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Science, founded by Brandeis and estab… Read More...

Pole dancing club off to an explosive start

Laura Ben Moore ’14 first started pole dancing when she was looking for a new form of fitness. “I took classes at a fitness studio that specialized in fitness for women. So they h… Read More...

Brandeis EMTs balance student leadership and training

BEMCo is an entirely student-run service; the two supervisors, Hannah Goldberg and Paul Schneider, are undergraduate students who have experience working both on and off campu… Read More...

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