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Hurricane Irene shuffles orientation schedule as ’Deis dries

<i>Photo by Ingrid Schulte/The Hoot</i>

Just in time to welcome the Brandeis class of 2015, Hurricane Irene crashed down on the first day of first-year orientation, forcing faculty and staff to make quick safety decisions and rearrange the orientation schedule.… Read More...

Flood of support for Pakistan victims

PHOTO BY Anthony Losquadro/The Hoot

A Brandeis organization held a Pakistan Relief Fund dinner Tuesday to raise money for victims of the flooding in Pakistan from seasonal monsoon rains, which began in the country July 26.

The dinner was a …

Photojournalist displays Mexican ‘Pura Mujer’ exhibit

A new photography exhibition portraying the women of Oaxaca, Mexico by photojournalist and Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal Finalist, Dana Romanoff, is on display in the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis. The display, which opened Sept. 20, will be exhibited … Read More...

Undergrads pen book on a ‘Sparkling Tomorrow’

Two Brandeis students have published a new book, “Blueprints for a Sparkling Tomorrow: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream,” that argues for the creation of a “futuropolis” to solve society’s many flaws.

The decision to write together formed when Oren … Read More...

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