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‘Peeping Tom’ a consistent problem in East

This Monday, students in East Quad reported a male individual looking into women’s shower stalls, the third incident of this academic year following two reports in Dec. 2013.

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Campus event spotlights Russian culture and xenophobia

On Tuesday night, LGBT activist and journalist Masha Gessen and Smith College Russian history professor Sergey Glebov led a discussion about xenophobia, a trend that currently … Read More...

Health center adds nutritionist position

Carolyn Butterworth, MSRDRN (Master of Science, Registered Dietitian and Registered Nurse), was recently added to Brandeis University’s Health Center staff.

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Brandeis choral groups celebrate Mozart’s birthday

Even if you don’t listen to classical music, you’ve probably heard of Mozart, who is widely considered one of the most prolific and influential musical composers of all time. … Read More...

‘Sherlock’ premiere exciting but unsatisfying

Sherlock is so brilliant that the Sherlock fanbase was screaming for more seconds after the British show’s third season finale, which ended on a mind-blowing cliff hanger. It i… Read More...

’DEIS Impact to celebrate social justice next week

The third annual ’DEIS Impact will begin on Friday, Jan. 31 at 1 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium. ’DEIS Impact is a weeklong festival of social justice that celebrates … Read More...

Artist displays her ‘Blood Memory’

The presence of collective memory finds a tangible place in artist Lisa Rosowsky’s latest collection. Currently featured in the Kniznick Gallery of the Women’s Studies Res… Read More...

Switchfoot dares themselves to move musically

Switchfoot, the American alternative rock band, released their new album, “Fading West,” on Jan. 14. The music in this album has a laid-back but uplifting feel that really re… Read More...

Senior theses a major undertaking

Justy Kosek ’14 stands stock-still in a tuxedo stained with blood. The theater and creative writing major is busy this semester perfecting his senior thesis, starring in a play … Read More...

Close weekend games; women defeat #7 Emory

The women’s and men’s basketball teams each had a pair of games on this “Hoopcoming” and Alumni Family Weekend. Both squads played the University of Rochester on Friday a… Read More...

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