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Mr. Facebook, tear down that wall

Once upon a time, before February 2004, there was no such thing as Facebook. (Gasp!) The horror ended in late 2004, when the Facebook (it was still The Facebook at that time) accepted Brandeis University… Read More...

NYC Brandeisians’ words on 9/11, five years later

Seth Werfel – Class of '10 That day: I was in school when the teacher announced that terrorists attacked the Twin Towers. We were all sent home immediately. On the drive home, we could see… Read More...

Hey,who are the new kids?

The first-years have been oriented, have started class, and have officially molded into full Brandesians by now. They know the difference between Shapiro the dorm, Shapiro the campus center, and Shapiro the admissions building by… Read More...

ZOA criticizes ‘Deis award pick

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has criticized the universitys decision to give an honorary doctorate award to playwright Tony Kushner at Mays commencement, according to a ZOA press release. Kushner is most recently known… Read More...

Frank visits campus

U.S. Congressman Barney Frank (D) visited Brandeis Monday for a short discussion on Iran and nuclear proliferation. The visit was sponsored by BIPAC and the Brandeis Democrats. Frank declared that there were no good options… Read More...

Student groups, eager to grow, look to Village space

Its big enough for anything, said Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer Peter B. French of the 800 square foot open space in the Village, located across from the Village exercise room. Because of its… Read More...

Feinberg to propose changes to SAF

Union President Jenny Feinberg '07 will present a proposal to the Student Senate on Sunday which contains reforms to the way the Student Activities Fee (SAF) is disbursed. The proposal as written would radically alter… Read More...
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