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First-years experience the Rose in style

Free food and Andy Warhol always make a good combination. On Oct. 15, the Rose Art Museum invited first-years to come to the “Freshman Night At the Rose.” The event was hosted by … Read More...

Savonen nails first hat trick as Judges sweep Buccaneers at home

Coming off a sour loss against Rochester on Homecoming Day, the Brandeis men’s soccer team swept Mass. Maritime Academy 6-3 on Tuesday. The Judges, ranked 12th in the nation by t… Read More...

Freedom from poverty a human right

Thomas Pogge, the world’s leading spokesperson for freedom from poverty as a human right, spoke at Brandeis on Oct. 8. The Graduate Programs in Sustainable International Deve… Read More...

“Gravity” may be boring, but a great spectacle

“Gravity,” which opened in theaters on Oct. 4, is not about gravity, but rather the lack thereof. Starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, the movie begins in space. Bullo… Read More...

“MGMT” an improvement from sophomore album

After a second album, “Congratulations,” that did not do very well on pop charts, one would expect that MGMT would try to recreate the electro-pop sound of its 2007 debut “Or… Read More...

QRC proposes new counseling center and staff role

Amid rainbow streamers in celebration of National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11, the Queer Resource Center has announced its proposal for the creation of a Gender and Sexuality Center… Read More...

Counseling center wins self-assessed award

On Oct. 4, Dr. Michael J. LaFarr, associate director of the Psychological Counseling Center (PCC), announced that Brandeis has been awarded the JedCampus Seal from the Jed Found… Read More...

Sexual assault prevention specialist hired, hopes to connect with students

Brandeis announced the hiring of a Sexual Assault Services and Prevention Specialist on Oct. 7, welcoming Sheila McMahon to the staff while hoping to bring awareness about a sens… Read More...

Science illuminates history of artwork

The visual arts and sciences are commonly thought of as two separate fields of study, with little overlap between them. However, in his lecture “Science at the Art Museum,” Ri… Read More...

Uncovering the life of Vivian Maier

Pouring through thousands of film reels and prints, Northwestern lecturer Pamela Bannos delivered her presentation “Vivian Maier’s Fractured Archive: A Woman’s Story… Read More...

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