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Apple Picking with Student Activities

The Student Activities department is very dedicated to helping Brandeis students better appreciate the many bonuses of living in Waltham, as some may have noticed through the mo… Read More...

Brandeis to hire new sexual assault counselor

Hordes of students make the hike from Brandeis campus to Dartmouth Street every weekend. Laughing, they wind their way into fraternity housing, parties in cramped basements. Mo… Read More...

Judges Upset Lyons, 3-1

After splitting wins in the MIT invitational tournament on Saturday, the Brandeis women’s volleyball team looked to gain traction in their season against Wheaton College. Go… Read More...

Judges achieve seventh straight win of season

On Wednesday night, the Brandeis men’s soccer team rallied against Lasell College, sweeping them 5-1 and gaining the Judges’ seventh straight win of the season. Ranked seco… Read More...

Faculty meeting sets goals for new school year

Last Thursday marked the first faculty meeting of the year. The agenda for the meeting included topics such as a report from President Lawrence, a report from Provost Goldstein, a … Read More...

Ba’Note a cappella sings with heart

Katherine Fallon ’14 and Talia Friedland ’16 have created their own family on Brandeis grounds. Both are leaders of the a cappella group Ba’Note, and they believe the club i… Read More...

Franz Ferdinand Makes a Worthy Return

The Glaswegian post-punk Franz Ferdinand band members are gods. Their second album, “You Could Have It So Much Better,” was one of the first modern albums that I ever bought my… Read More...

Elite colleges investigated after failing to address sexual assault

In recent years, a slew of sexual assault cases have arisen at elite colleges which have paved the way for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for C… Read More...

“Silk and Bamboo: Music From China” delights Mandel Audience

The dynamics of music and storytelling took a central focus this Wednesday at the Mandel Center with the performance of “Silk and Bamboo: Music From China.” Presented with Br… Read More...

Brandeis makes adjustments for handicapped students

Many Brandeis students complain that our campus is in many ways inaccessible to handicapped students. When looking at places such as the Rabb Steps or the East Quad hill, it is hard … Read More...

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