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Live Campus launches website

Student-led initiative Live Campus launched their website, LiveCampus.org, Monday to further their goal of ending extreme global poverty.

As one of the Boston-based Millennium Campus Network groups striving to end extreme poverty, Live Campus acts as a national inter-collegiate coordinating … Read More...

Middle East violence discussed at panel Wednesday

<b>MIDDLE EAST CRISIS</b>: Shai Feldman (above) and Amaney Jamal (right) spoke on Wednesday at the Crown Center for Middle East Studies panal on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.  While Feldman insisted that peace could not be acheived until the Palestinians stop attacking Israelis, Jamal, who has visited Gaza recently, held that the conflict is one that must be solved politically and not militarily.  Both Jamal and Feldman agreed that a solution to the smuggeling of weapons into Gaza must be reached.<br /><i>Photo by Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

MIDDLE EAST CRISIS: Shai Feldman (above) and Amaney Jamal (right) spoke on Wednesday at the Crown Center for Middle East Studies panal on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. While Feldman insisted that peace could not be acheived until the Palestinians stop

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Students complain of increased laundry prices

Up by a quarter, the prices of using the washers and dryers, in dorms have been raised from .75 $1. Although it has been over 10 years since Brandeis last raised them, students still find the raise to be costly, … Read More...

Union Senate considers chartering exclusive performance clubs

The Student Union has been discussing the possibility of changing a bylaw prohibiting certain groups from becoming chartered and thus, from requesting money from the Finance Board.

To Be Announced member Amy Marsh ’08, proposed the initial request to change … Read More...

BADASS debators talk naked dance and administration’s role

The Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society held its second public debate of the year Tuesday arguing whether or not Brandeis administration should restrict events with nudity.

In this Parliamentary style of debating, the government and opposition sides were represented … Read More...

Activists gather for STAND conference at Brandeis

Several months’ worth of preparation by the Brandeis chapter of STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition finally culminated into the final national STAND conference in the string of six held in February.

STAND, which uses advocacy, education, and action to help … Read More...

Communiversity return a success

Due to the efforts of Castle Quad Senator and this year’s Communiversity Coordinator, Rebecca Wilkof ’10, the Communivesity program has returned after a year hiatus.

The program, which serves “not only to teach fun and interesting things outside of the … Read More...

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