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Popular restaurants to arrive in Waltham

Coming soon to 1030 Main Street in Waltham: Five Guys, Chipotle and Panera Bread. The arrival of these restaurants has been in the works for almost two years. Although they hadn’t selected a location at… Read More...

‘Orange is the New Black’: a sentencing of thoughtful humo

For many, summer means beach going, backyard barbecuing and the occasional stargazing nights with friends. For me, the dog days of summer can be summarized in three words: television binge watching. The months of summer… Read More...

Univ mum on Sawyer resignation

Former Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Student Life Rick Sawyer left Brandeis at the end of July. Since his arrival at Brandeis in 1981, Sawyer served 32 years at the University, witnessing… Read More...

Patriots’ Hernandez accused of murder

Former New England Patriots Pro Bowler Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his home in North Attleborough, Mass., on June 26 and subsequently charged with murder. The arrest followed an investigation into the June 17 death… Read More...

Todashev suspect in Waltham triple homicide

bragim Todashev, 27, was shot dead in May 2013 during an interrogation with an FBI official and two Massachusetts State officers regarding the triple homicide in Waltham in September 2011. He was shot by an… Read More...

JBS students develop innovative video games

This summer, students enrolled in the Justice Brandeis Semester (JBS) computer science program collaborated to develop innovative computer games and mobile apps, transforming their technical skills into creative expression. While exploring 2D and 3D game… Read More...

Shakespeare in the Park brings stories alive in Buffalo

Whether you love Shakespeare’s plays or you hate them, everyone loves Shakespeare in the Park. Shakespeare in Delaware Park has been a Buffalo, N.Y., tradition since 1976. Free and open to the public, performances take… Read More...

‘Pacific Rim’ and ‘2 Guns’ bring action to cinema

Two action movies came out this summer that caught the interest of moviegoers across the nation: “Pacific Rim,” directed by Guillermo del Toro, and “2 Guns,” directed by Baltasar Kormakur. “Pacific Rim” grossed nearly $100… Read More...

Soccer teams ranked No. 12 in nation

The Brandeis men’s and women’s soccer teams each have been recently ranked as the No. 12 teams in the nation for Men and Women Division III Soccer for this upcoming season. The placement comes from… Read More...

Pittsburgh researcher accused of murdering wife by cyanide

Dr. Robert Ferrante, neuroscientist and co-director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for ALS Research, has recently made headlines for his involvement in the murder of his wife, also a Pitt researcher. The 64-year-old is… Read More...
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