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Winter break shortened compared to previous years

In years past, including last winter, spring semester started after Martin Luther King Jr. Day for the typical student. Instead, this year, residence halls reopen on Sunday, Jan… Read More...

Brandeis home commemorated

The house where Justice Louis Brandeis grew up, in Louisville, Kentucky, has been named a historical place, The Louisville Courier-Journal reported this week.

The large limest… Read More...

Fencing team ‘foils’ its foes

Brandeis Fencing this season is considered one of the top teams in Division III and many consider the team to be comparable to one of the Division I level. Tim Morehouse, U.S. Olympi… Read More...

Dining changes proposed, Aramark contract on table

Senior Vice President for Administration Mark Collins announced that the university will be considering new dining service contractors. While the university may not necessar… Read More...

‘Glass Menagerie’ provides powerful look at devastated family

Last weekend, The Brandeis Theater Company performed Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie”: the story of a family devastated by a runaway father as his wife, son and d… Read More...

Boris’ Kitchen elicits hilarity in sketch comedy festival

Boris’ Kitchen brought unparalleled sketch comedy to the SCC Theater last weekend with their 13th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival. The event spanned two days, with different gu… Read More...

Student diagnosed with active tuberculosis infection

A student diagnosed with an active case of Tuberculosis (TB) on Tuesday forced Brandeis University officials to order tests for 250 students, faculty and staff, despite little r… Read More...

Burger to make move to Middlebury

Associate Vice President of Communications Bill Burger is leaving the university for Middlebury college at the end of December. He will assume his new position as Vice President … Read More...

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