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Then and now: Why so many Brandeis alumni keep coming back for more

Most students can’t wait to get out of school, but that’s not the case for the 164 odd Brandeis alumni who now work on the very campus where they once resided.

In true Brandeis alu… Read More...

Forgotten, but hardly lost

As her eyes opened for the first time in four months, Tessa Venell ’08 had her very own Wizard in Oz moment. “Am I still in China?” she asked herself as she looked around, taking … Read More...

Kicking AIDS to the sidelines

In a little high school in Massachusetts, Brooke Rosenbauer ’09 was showing a small group of students and their teacher a video depicting the impact of HIV/AIDS on the world.

Wha… Read More...

A summer of Olympic proportions:

Watching Bo Derek appear at a US embassy press event.

Getting followed by undercover police.

Covering one of this summer’s biggest worldwide events.

It’s all in a da… Read More...

A sustaining summer trip

Every night before getting into bed last May, David Drayton would check it for scorpions. Then, kicking back and reflecting on the work he had done that day in El Limon, Nicaragua, h… Read More...

Over lunch, students and professors learn the truth about each other

During the last conversation with her advisor, David Cunningham, SOC, Kimberlee Bachman ’08 discussed chocolate and baseball because “they are two topics that I enjoy … Read More...

Giving of yourself: Donate hair to cancer victims

“Watching her hair thin, and finally fall out completely, was so sad. She wears beautiful scarves and hats, but there’s something different about having hair, ” said S… Read More...

Rose Art Museum has director of many talents

the_hoot_3-21-08final_page_06_image_0001.jpgClimbing into a dumpster to insert smoke machines for an art exhibit? Some might call this supporting artistic vision. Others would say, are you crazy? For Roy Dawes, Assistant Di… Read More...

Brandeis students do as the Romans do

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As 12 students and their tour guide climbed up the 320 steps to the copula of the crypts of St. Peter’s and celebrated mass in one of the small chapels, the blending of several diffe… Read More...

From the page to the stage: MusicUnitesUS with the Waltham community

02290813.jpg02290802.jpg“I bet you’ve never heard an Iraqi love song,” Yuval Ron of the Yuval Ron Ensemble, continued. The Iraqi musician then proceeded to play one for the kids during a MusicUnites… Read More...

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