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Senators work toward solar panels to reduce carbon footprint

Student Union Senators Matt Smetana ’17 and David Herbstritt ’17 are working tirelessly to implement solar panels on campus and specifically, on top of Admissions. The sena… Read More...

Students unite against racism in march

Almost 200 Brandeis students, faculty and others marched in solidarity against violent and racist threats against African American student activists at the University of Miss… Read More...

Globe reporters discuss work uncovering clergy sex abuse scandal

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe journalists that covered the sex abuse scandal in the Boston Catholic Church spoke to a full room of over 240 on Tuesday, Nov. 10 about the i… Read More...

‘Evolution of Dance’ stuns with energy and grace

This past Thursday night, Nov. 12, the Adagio Dance Company performed its fall semester show, “Evolution of Dance.” As Brandeis’ largest student-run, student-choreogrRead More...

Address black students’ demands

This Thursday afternoon, Nov. 12 African American Brandeis students and their supporters (or “accomplices” as some called themselves) marched from the Rabb Steps to the Sh… Read More...

Ellie Goulding’s ‘Delirium’ lacks originality

Ellie Goulding’s career has been a slow process of echelon by echelon. In fact, her first record “Lights,” which was first released in the U.K. back in 2010, took roughly two … Read More...

Szafran reflects on season as women’s soccer heads into NCAAs

Holly Szafran ’16 has been a member of the Varsity Women’s Soccer team since her first year at Brandeis. Now she is one of the senior captains of the team and is looking to make a de… Read More...

In the Senate: Nov. 8

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Poet-in-Residence Elizabeth Bradfield to teach upcoming class

“How can art and literature, often the most solitary of pursuits for the creator, matter in the public realm? How can we contribute to the public lives of our communities as artis… Read More...

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