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X-Lot construction sparks parking concerns

In addition to other construction projects scheduled to take place at Brandeis soon, a plan to begin construction on a new parking garage where X-lot is currently located is sparking concern regarding on-campus parking for… Read More...

SDS holds teach-in to protest “war on terror”

This Tuesday, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), previously known as the Radical Student Alliance (RSA), held a teach-in to protest the “War on Terror. Approximately 35 students showed up to listen to four speakers… Read More...

Brandeis hires new CIO to manage endowment

This January, Brandeis hired Deborah Kuenstner as its new Chief Investment Officer and Vice President for Investment Management in order to help manage the universitys increasingly large endowment. The institution of the management of the… Read More...

Despite Ridgewood demolition, housing lottery reaches 1787

Last weekends housing lottery ended at an unprecedented 1787, according to members of Residence Life, eliciting surprise from many students. According to Associate Director of Residence Life Jeremy Leiferman, this is the highest number the… Read More...

ICC celebrates its 15th anniversary

Last Sunday, members of the Brandeis community gathered to mark the Intercultural Centers (ICC) fifteenth anniversary with an event that celebrated the centers history and importance on campus. The event, called Telling Our Story, was… Read More...

Free Play Theatre Cooperative chartered

The Free Play Theatre Cooperative (FPTC) announced that it had been chartered by the Student Union on Feb. 11. The 19-1 decision came after a sharply-divided Union vote last semester, in which Free Play was… Read More...

Hiatt continues under interim director

The Hiatt Career Center, which has been without a permanent director since the resignation of former director Marty Ford last semester, is slated to receive a new permanent director by the beginning of the fall… Read More...

LTS hires instructional design expert

Library and Technology Services recently hired a new Instructional Design Expert, Kathy Cannon, to help the library keep pace with the growth of information technology. As part of Research and Instruction Services, Cannon will help… Read More...

Students unable to find many books at Brandeis Bookstore

Recently, more professors and students have been choosing not to purchase their textbooks at the Brandeis University Bookstore, a Barnes and Noble affiliate. Instead, they order books from alternative sources, such as Back Pages Books,… Read More...
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