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The New Age of Ageing

For most students, aging entails legal drinking, independence and an expanding range of new possibilities at its best. At its worst comes the need to retire pajamas and Birkenstocks on weekdays or a necessity to… Read More...

When the whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Brandeis University takes pride in its diversity. Beyond the verbal emphasis in Brandeis’ mission statement, students are recruited from around the globe and represent different cultures, systems of beliefs and socio-economic backgrounds. However, age remains… Read More...

Slow life in the fast lane

Whereas Narnia is only accessible to fortuitous small children and Platform 9 3/4 is restricted to Muggles, what lies behind Professor Andreas Teuber’s office door at Brandeis is off-limits to everyone, including himself. Perpetually closed,… Read More...

Latina Pride

As part of a series of events dedicated to the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the short documentary, “Latina Confessions,” was featured last Tuesday at the ICC Swig Lounge. The event, organized by AHORA!, was… Read More...

When unpredictability proves predictable

As Brandeis students came out of exam rooms dragging their limp hands behind them, most knew what to expect from the upcoming summer. But while many of us soaked in the comfort of home or… Read More...

Where everybody knows your order

If you consider your last date at Usdan the opposite of romance, think again. Jane Bellan Flood, 61, met her husband Mike Flood during a coffee break for Usdan employees and custodians. “My co-worker told… Read More...
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