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‘Rebellion becomes Revolution,’ a surprising story of forgiveness

In Hebrew it’s called emet. In English, however, perhaps most of us know it better as truth.

At Brandeis, we encounter this word daily. It’s thrown around in conversations and … Read More...

Rose museum unveils three exhibits and a new floor

This week, The Rose Art Museum celebrates the opening of three new exhibits from artists Ed Ruscha, Sam Jury and Walead Beshty. In Beshty’s exhibit, titled “On the Matter of Ab… Read More...

‘Grey’s’ Season nine brings repetitive drama

As new seasons of television shows get into the thick of the drama, “Grey’s Anatomy” is no exception. The show ended last season with a major cliffhanger—a tool that the sh… Read More...

Memphis

Audience after audience was left in awe after the Boston Colonial Theater’s production of “Memphis” this winter. The plot of “Memphis” is based on Memphis disc jockey … Read More...

Judges go 0-2 on the road against Carnegie Mellon and Case

After bouncing back with a win against the University of Rochester that broke their seven-game losing streak, the women’s basketball team suffered two losses on the road this p… Read More...

Men’s basketball splits road trip

The Brandeis men’s basketball team went 1-1 for the second straight weekend, losing to Case Western Reserve University on Sunday and defeating Carnegie Mellon University on F… Read More...

Univ braces for blizzard, cancels Friday classes

With a blizzard warning in effect and forecasters predicting about two feet of snow along with the possibility of white out conditions and near zero visibility at times, universi… Read More...

Messinger and Berman named UAA Fencer of the Week

The Brandeis fencing team may have some inexperienced members, but they are improving at a rapid pace: competitors Zoe Messinger ’13 and Noah Berman ’15 both won UAA Fencer of … Read More...

Men’s basketball outplays Emory, loses by seven to Rochester

The men’s basketball team split their two University Athletic Association (UAA) games this past weekend, narrowly defeating Emory University on Friday and losing to the Univ… Read More...

Rosbash, Hall win Wiley prize

Professor Michael Rosbash (BIOL), the Peter Gruber Endowed Chair in Neuroscience and Jeffrey Hall, along with their colleague Michael Young of Rockefeller University, have be… Read More...

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