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On the cutting edge of film: BTV’s latest projects prove to be most professional yet

Arun Narayanan ’10 is one tired guy. He’s been up since 4 a.m. editing a short film for IndieLouie, a 48-hour film challenge, and now that he’s started, there’s no turning back. Sure, the clock… Read More...

When in Rome: Brandeis Catholics explore the roots of their faith in the Eternal City

The Last Supper A group of 23 people sat and dined at a long, winding table. The group was mixed in age, race and personality, but they all shared one thing in common—their strong faith. … Read More...

Libraries— the times they are a-changing

Imagine you’re doing research for a paper. Let’s say that you, like many of your Brandeis counterparts, are in a rush and don’t have time to fool around, zigzagging between the myriad of bookshelves, searching… Read More...

Student Financial Services with a smile

Silva Bedrossian is sitting sidesaddle in a conference room, a cappuccino–one of her vices, she quickly admits–in front of her. She’s wearing a red scarf–meticulously placed around her neck–and a black sweater over a button… Read More...

The event planner

If you pay attention to your inbox, you probably know that every Thursday night you receive an e-mail from Director of Student Activities Stephanie Grimes. You’ve probably perused these emails, checking out the list of… Read More...

Making a difference from behind the scenes

When Jenn Eddy walks into a room, you pay attention. There’s something about Eddy that commands your respect, and it’s not her stature. At a mere 4 feet 11 inches tall, Eddy is petite even… Read More...

Shining the spotlight on teamwork

The day Supervisor of Grounds and Vehicles Dennis Finn was awarded the 2004 Lou Ennis Staff Award, President Jehuda Reinharz made a speech to honor his accomplishments. Reinharz told the story of an email that… Read More...

Admissions counselor shares love for Brandeis

When Luigi Solla applied to Fairfield University in his native Connecticut, he did so because of a suggestion from his English teacher. The youngest child of Italian immigrants, Solla had been schooled on the value… Read More...

Facilitating positive energy on the job

It’s a cool, Monday morning; 11:15 a.m., Columbus Day. Most Brandeis employees have the day off. Those who have been here have been at work a mere two hours and 15 minutes. Not facilities worker… Read More...

Will you make a difference?

You’ve most likely walked past them countless times. You’ve probably been the recipient of their kind words or helpful gestures over and over again. Maybe you work in an office with one of them or… Read More...
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