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Yale on lockdown; no cause for panic

Yale University went into lockdown on Nov. 25 after an anonymous male called local police from an off-campus pay phone saying that his roommate was headed to the university with a l… Read More...

“Delivery Man” an unlikely feel-good film

“Delivery Man” is unlike most Vince Vaughn movies. Vaughn is known for playing the raunchy, underachieving, unlikable lead; his film credits include “Dodgeball: A True U… Read More...

Cross country women find success

It has been 12 years since the Brandeis cross country women have reached the NCAA Division III Championships, but this year’s team finally did it. Amelia Lundkvist ’14 was the … Read More...

Q&A: Grand Master Sam Shankland ’14 to pursue professional career

Sam Shankland ’14 says that when he started playing chess competitively at age 10, is considered very old by today’s standard. That hasn’t seemed to handicap him, as just fi… Read More...

Rose to install permanent art from controversial artist

Chris Burden is an artist known for his installation and performance art, controversial pieces expressing extreme imminent danger. In 1971, through his performance piece “S… Read More...

Students distraught over Collins’ immediate departure

Mark Collins, senior vice president for administration, is the stuff of Brandeis legends. Jesse Manning ’13, the former chief-of-staff for the student union, recalls a time l… Read More...

Divestment from fossil fuels is an investment in social justice

Orange triangles, makeshift shelters and petitions covered campus last spring before Brandeis students voted to divest the university from fossil fuels.

After a vocal student… Read More...

Graduate student, David Dominique, debuts avant-garde jazz album

Almost four years since he first came to Brandeis as a Ph.D. candidate student in Music Theory and Composition, David Dominique has written an impressive body of music, including … Read More...

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