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Women’s basketball is 1-2 after tough losses

The women’s basketball team had a rough start to the season, going 1-2. They defeated Mount Ida College on Friday but lost to Colby College on Saturday and Roger Williams Univers… Read More...

FDA intervenes in Princeton meningitis outbreak

Princeton University is fighting through a bout of meningitis type B—a disease without an approved vaccine available in the U.S. Six students and one visitor have contracted t… Read More...

True Confessions of a Netflix Addict: ‘Legend of Korra’ finale as enthralling as its prequel

It was a normal Friday afternoon. I was sitting with my boyfriend, discussing our very typical Brandeisian plans for the night—going to the 99, buying some Ben and Jerry’s in t… Read More...

'Cabaret:’ The raunchy but captivating show astounds audience

Raunchy, gaudy, captivating. “Cabaret” is the best show that’s been performed so far this entire semester. Starring graduate students Sam Gillam, Alex Jacobs, Alex … Read More...

‘Cabaret:’ The raunchy but captivating show astounds audience

Raunchy, gaudy, captivating. “Cabaret” is the best show that’s been performed so far this entire semester. Starring graduate students Sam Gillam, Alex Jacobs, Alex … Read More...

Mela 2013, a massive success

Envision a room that hums with energy and music, delights the eye with every color imaginable and pulsates with tons of dancing. This festive and exciting celebration known as Mel… Read More...

Univ severs ties with Al-Quds over protest

After numerous members of the university community expressed outrage and disgust, Brandeis announced it would suspend its partnership with Al-Quds University in Palestine on … Read More...

Poet Richard Blanco shares his journey to the podium

On Thursday, the Department of Hispanic Studies brought Richard Blanco to Brandeis for a poetry reading in the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Admissions Center. Blanco recently joined th… Read More...

Journalism and music investigate Anonymous

One of the fieriest topics in recent news cycles has been the activity of the online hacker/activist/internet troll group Anonymous. From their defacing of the CIA website to pub… Read More...

Search begins for first-year book forum

This year, Brandeis first-years delved into the world of antebellum Virginia, a land of tense race relations and slavery. After reading “The Known World” over the summer, st… Read More...

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