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Jackson ‘16, MLK devotee, attends influential conference

Cynthia Jackson ’16 is the president of Brandeis’ MLK and Friends Club. Although she is not an MLK scholar, she knew that she wanted to be as involved as possible when she joined … Read More...

True Confessions of a Netflix Addict: ‘Dawson’s Creek’ a blast from the ‘90s Past

It is that time of year. Those weeks right before Thanksgiving break, where all teachers want to fit in some tests, papers and hell right before we leave for one of the best holidays e… Read More...

FMLA brings controversial feminism topics to debate team

On Monday night, Brandeis’ Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) and Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society (BADASS) collaborated to co-host a public debate. T… Read More...

Eminem new album met with instant success

“The Marshall Mathers LP II” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with an enormous 792,000 copies sold in its first week. It comes in just behind Justin Timberlake’s “The 2… Read More...

‘Stuff Happens’ brings hilarity to recent history

This weekend, the Brandeis Free Play Theatre Cooperative, Brandeis’ experimental and social justice theatre group, presents a play titled “Stuff Happens” by David Hare … Read More...

Women’s soccer ends postseason on penalty kicks

The women’s soccer team had an exciting couple of games this past week, but unfortunately their season ended. They finished the regular season with a 2-1 come-from-behind win o… Read More...

Dance marathon raises over $8,000

While her brother Martin lost his life as the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, seven-year-old Jane Richard, who lost her leg in the attack, is currently recoverin… Read More...

SEAC explores culture through cuisine

With events dedicated to desserts, exotic fruits and karaoke, the Southeast Asia Club (SEAC) sponsored a week of events designed to immerse members of the Brandeis community in t… Read More...

Men’s soccer advances to NCAA tournament

The men’s soccer team finished the regular season with a win at home against New York University. Brandeis will continue their play in the NCAA Division III Tournament.

The team… Read More...

SCRAM Jam infuses party with art

Last Thursday, Student Events and the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM), co-hosted SCRAM Jam as part of Louis Louis Brandeis Spirit Week 2013.

SCRAM Jam is an annua… Read More...

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