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Pachanga runs without chaos

Pachanga: the myth, the legend, the dance of the year took place last weekend, after two years in the “time out corner,” as Dean of Student Life Rick Sawyer said in his warning em… Read More...

Community gathers to mourn victims from Marathon attack

Students, faculty and staff gathered for an interfaith vigil at Chapel’s Pond Tuesday afternoon to console one another in solidarity with the victims of the Marathon bombing a… Read More...

Students share their creativity through gallery opening

This past Wednesday, Dreitzer Gallery held its second opening reception for the students in the post-baccalaureate studio program. The gallery exhibited the works of talented … Read More...

Student Union election results announced

Ricky Rosen ’14 was elected the new Student Union President, according to an email from the current president Todd Kirkland.

Senator At Large Charlotte Franco ’15 was electe… Read More...

‘Game of Thrones’ leaps into its third season

The third season of the hit HBO TV show “Game of Thrones” aired on March 31. It was one of the most highly-anticipated season premieres, having met more than 11.3 million viewer… Read More...

Boston College in controversy over condom distribution

Members of a student sexual health group at Boston College have been told to stop handing out condoms.

The group, Boston College Students for Sexual Health, was formed in 2009 afte… Read More...

“The Croods” explores family values and essential questions

“The Croods,” ostensibly a children’s movie, was created by the same minds that wrote “How To Train Your Dragon.” DreamWorks brought together a star-studded cas… Read More...

Harvard professor examines the “what” in writing

On April 10, the Mandel Center welcomed Harvard professor and acclaimed literary critic James Wood for the third time that week as a guest lecturer in the Mandel Lectures on the Hum… Read More...

Softball splits a pair of doubleheaders

The softball team split a doubleheader against Endicott College on Thursday, losing the first game 8-1 before losing the second one 4-2.

Endicott and Brandeis faced off five time… Read More...

Baseball goes 1-2 for the week

The Brandeis baseball team entered competition this past weekend 6-13 and 2-6 against UAA opponents. They are currently in last place in the conference.

The most recent game took … Read More...

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