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BIEI celebrates diverse experiences

On the evening of Jan. 30, students gathered in Chum’s Coffee House to attend the third annual “Dream Monologues—Moments of Transition,” a ’DEIS Impact event hosted b… Read More...

Surviving Sodexo: NDNG—No Dairy, No Gluten

One great aspect of Sodexo is that students can always count on the availability of bread, cereal, pizza, bagels and a variety of ice cream. Yet, for dairy and gluten free Maya Vasse… Read More...

Brandeis affiliates with Penn Club

In September of 2014, Brandeis announced the closure of Brandeis House, an alumni center on the Upper East Side in New York City. While it was bittersweet to put the brownstone on th… Read More...

Surviving Sodexo: Back to the basics

During Juno, the snowpocalypse that hit New England on Tuesday and Wednesday, students were forced to eat in Sherman—the only place open serving food on campus. As Wednesday ni… Read More...

Cunningham leaves for WashU after 16 years at Brandeis

In 1988, David Cunningham stepped foot on the University of Connecticut’s campus as a first-year undergraduate student. Like most of his peers, he expected to earn a college de… Read More...

Surviving Sodexo

Spaghetti Arrabbiata, a piquant Italian dish, is for those who crave something more savory than Usdan’s basic pasta with red sauce, healthier than the grilled cheese and certa… Read More...

’DEIS Impact to educate on true meaning of social justice

Friday, Jan. 30 marks the start of Brandeis’ annual ’DEIS Impact, a week-long festival celebrating social justice. Brandeis students, faculty, administrators and member… Read More...

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