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New Triathlon Club hits the ground running, swimming, cycling

As this semester starts, the newly-recognized triathlon club is also picking up steam on campus. Triathlon started last September and—recognized by the Student Union in Octo… Read More...

Student bitten by coyote, administrators urge caution

A Brandeis student required medical treatment after being bit by an animal, possibly a coyote, Dec. 12, and university officials warned students to remain vigilant while walkin… Read More...

Mandel continues work to invest in humanities and Jewish education

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Overlooking the palm trees and Atlantic Ocean through the spacious glass walls of his living room, Morton Mandel, 91, speaks sharply on business strategy, va… Read More...

Commuter rail project promises upgrades and enhanced service

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is currently conducting construction on the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Line, which serves Brandeis and is the primary way f… Read More...

Judges Go 0-2 Against UAA Competition But Fight Until Last Buzzer Sounds

The women’s basketball team dropped their past two games against Carnegie Mellon and Case Western Reserve. Now carrying a UAA record of 1-2 and season record of 7-7, the Judges a… Read More...

Judges extend winning streak to five games; undefeated in conference play

This past weekend, the men’s basketball team defeated Case Western Reserve and Carnegie Mellon 77-58 and 69-62, respectively, to remain undefeated in UAA conference play. Wi… Read More...

Univ scholars reflect on violence against women

After the brutal rape of a 23-year-old medical student in New Delhi, the issue of violence against women has moved to the forefront of not only international conversation, but als… Read More...

Winter concert features A-Trak

Student Events will be hosting A-Trak, a Canadian DJ and turntablist, for the winter concert on Jan. 26. A-Trak is also the owner of the record label, Fool’s Gold, and is known for … Read More...

Brandeis professors discuss upcoming Israeli elections

In anticipation of the upcoming Israeli elections, the Schusterman Center and Crown Center for Middle East Studies held a panel discussion, moderated by Professor Ilan Troen (N… Read More...

Peter Jackson amazes in latest trip to Middle-Earth

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” the first installment in a series of three, based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s book “The Hobbit,” arrived at the end of the year, but quickly es… Read More...

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