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Univ. responds to armed robbery on campus

The university issued an emergency shelter-in-place order from 11:54 p.m. on Nov. 20 to about 2 a.m. on Nov. 21 after receiving reports of an armed suspect on campus.

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The rapid ascent of the Eagles and Rams

A changing of the guard is underway in the National Football League (NFL). Through Week 10 of the 2017-18 season, eight teams who missed the playoffs a year ago are on pace to reach thRead More...

Univ. responds to FIRE letter, clarifying ‘Buyer Beware’ situation

In response to a letter written by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), President Ron Liebowitz stated that “Buyer Beware,” a play by an alum, was neithe… Read More...

Students take divestment march to administrative buildings

About 35 students and several faculty shouted “take a stand and divest, stand with science, truth and justice,” outside the administrative buildings on Wednesday, after ma… Read More...

A look at Brandeis Fine Arts professor Joe Wardwell’s piece in the MASS MoCA

“How much can a piece hold before it bursts apart?” Joe Wardwell asks, standing in front of his massive work of art. Wardwell’s piece, “Hello America: 40 Hits from the 50 St… Read More...

UTC’s ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ makes for a lighthearted fairy tale with great execution

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) new production of “Once Upon a Mattress” is a fun, heartwarming tale of love lifted into sentimentality by boisterous music… Read More...

BASO’s seventh annual Night for Africa, vibrant and powerful

Brandeis African Students Organization (BASO) held its stunning, seventh annual Night for Africa in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, Nov. 11. In celebration of the various cultures … Read More...

Can you put a price on cuteness?

Pandas are fluffy, fat and commonly accepted as the flagship species of conservation efforts the world over. They’re also by far the most expensive animal to care for in captivi… Read More...

I am Global Week celebrates campus diversity through multicultural events

I am Global Week kicked off Saturday, Nov. 11 with a variety of events aimed at international and American students alike. The week coincides with International Education Week, a … Read More...

Men’s soccer wins two to advance to NCAA Sweet 16

The Brandeis men’s soccer team opened their bid for an NCAA title with a 3-0 victory over Western Connecticut State in the Round of 64 this past Saturday, Nov. 11. For the Judges, t… Read More...

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