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When in Granada, you don’t do Nada

A view of the Spanish Alhambra, a 14th century fortress.<br /><i>PHOTOS BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot</i>

A view of the Spanish Alhambra, a 14th century fortress.
PHOTOS BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

I went to a Moroccan-style restaurant the other night–a Tuesday, I believe, at about 9:30 p.m.–and walked out of that place about two and a … Read More...

Juggling Society balances more than schedules

Juggling society meets in the Alumni Lounge in Usdan from 8-10 Thursday nights.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot</i>

Juggling society meets in the Alumni Lounge in Usdan from 8-10 Thursday nights.

PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

When Dan Weisz ’09 joined Juggling Society during his first semester at Brandeis, he already knew how to juggle. But now he’s … Read More...

Faculty Club: A higher level of dining for students

FINE DINING: Try the Faculty Club, which offers a high caliber buffet at a decent price, as an alternative to Sherman.

PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

Did you know that students are allowed to eat at the Faculty Club? I … Read More...

A little less talk, and a lot more action

Imagine this: You didn’t show up to your first three weeks of classes this past semester or do any of the required reading for them, study for the tests, or introduce yourself to the professor. After the first midterms and Read More...

Meet the Author series introduces many prominent authors to Brandeis community

Four and a half years ago, Brandeis Media Relations and Communications staff members Dennis Nealon and Lorna Miles came up with a simple idea: bring authors to Brandeis to discuss their works, and make the events free of charge to … Read More...

Brandeis introduces Lerman-Neubauer Fellowship for class of 2012

Beginning with this year’s Freshman class, Brandeis will offer a Lerman-Neubauer Fellowship each summer to 12 accepted prospective students who have demonstrated academic excellence during high school.

Funded by a generous donation by Jeanette Lerman, Neubauer ‘69- President of J.P. … Read More...

Mountain club takes students to new heights

As Clarence Friedman ‘10 scaled the side of a mountain with only a belay and a strong grip separating him from the ground several hundred feet below, he realized that it was not the time to worry about being afraid … Read More...

With seniors leaving, some clubs find themselves endangered


Ben Douglas ’08 knows all about what it feels like to watch a club wither away and disappear. He’s seen it too many times, as a member of Digital Arts Club, Pirate Club, and, hopefully not joining the list soon, … Read More...

Do you really need a car at Brandeis?

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The Jeep Compass outside East Pomerantz had another parking violation for being parked just outside the main entrance rather than in a spot in the lot. Why is it always parked there? Is that guy so reliant on his car … Read More...

Environmental Studies Field Semester: no mere walk in the park for Brandeis students

The trips taken by last semester’s first Environmental Field Semester participants involved visiting a lot of farms and parks, but that’s where the similarities to a first grade field trip end.

Introduced last semester by Professors Laura Goldin, Brian Donahue … Read More...

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