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The Districts deliver stronger performance live than in studio

There is something truly amazing and inspiring about seeing live music. Maybe it’s simply a result of the exhaustion that sets in after standing in the same place for two hours in… Read More...

Dean’s list not a marker of success

Everyone likes to be acknowledged for their accomplishments. It makes you feel good. Not to go on a cliched rant, but nowadays, awards are handed out a lot more liberally than befor… Read More...

VP Gray expresses gratitude for staff members after Juno

With the arrival of Winter Storm Juno last Monday evening, the university had to make plans quickly to ensure the safety for students, faculty and staff on campus. Only able to main… Read More...

Events should be accessible to all students

I called my grandma to wish her a happy birthday last Monday, which also happened to be Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We went through the usual topics of talking about my cousins, how mu… Read More...

Indecent exposure at Walgreens

In an email sent out to the Brandeis community Tuesday afternoon, Director of Public Safety Ed Callahan relayed information about an incident occurring at the Walgreens at the co… Read More...

Univ. needs to provide more time to acclimate to student life

As the ball dropped in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, and the calendar moved from December into January, I realized that I had to be back at college in less than two weeks. Feeling l… Read More...

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