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Administration should keep open dialogue with students

When was the last time you high fived an administrator? For me it was yesterday. I walked out of the SCC and saw President Lawrence going past. I jogged over, held out my hand for a high … Read More...

Campus dining active with exciting events

One may have noticed recently that the campus dining services, run by Sodexo, have been holding a number of flavorful events in the dining halls. Whether it’s been the banana spl… Read More...

Spirit band brings rhythm to the court

Originally from Cherry Hill, NJ, Alex Faye ’15, a politics and American Studies major with minors in Legal Studies and music, keeps himself busy on campus. He serves as the music… Read More...

To protect students, univ. must step up residential security

I was sitting in Shapiro lounge on Friday evening when my roommate came in and frantically asked whether I had borrowed a large sum from his wallet on his desk. I hadn’t, and upon re… Read More...

Rosenberger reflects before five-year IGS program review

If one were to ask what got Professor Chandler Rosenberger (IGS/LGLS/SOC) interested in international frameworks, he would blame a lot of it on Harrison Ford. “Indiana Jones. … Read More...

‘House of Cards’ season three fails to live up to hype

Spoiler disclaimer: If you haven’t watched the third season of Netflix’s series “House of Cards” and are planning to, you probably shouldn’t read further.

This revie… Read More...

Students divulge insecurities through photo project

Leah Newman ’17, a double major in American studies and history with a minor in journalism, has been thinking a lot about insecurities this week, but not for the reasons one might … Read More...

3-Day Startup ignites entrepreneurial minds on campus

Over the weekend of Feb. 7, about two dozen Brandeis students descended on the International Business School for the annual 3 Day Startup competition. 2015 marks the fourth year t… Read More...

Limited weekend services problematic for students

It’s Friday evening, and you’re headed into lower Usdan with a few friends to grab dinner. As you approach the cashier you dig into your pocket for your ID to use a meal swipe. Wai… Read More...

Seniors David Altman and Brad Burns form a BADASS team

Neither David Altman ’15 nor Brad Burns ’15 participated in debate activities during high school. However, years after leaving their respective hometowns of Newton and Bev… Read More...

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