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Panel discusses wrongful convictions and Maher case

The Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project hosted Righting Wrongful Convictions: A Dialogue between an Exoneree and his Prosecutor Tuesday, where wrongly convicted man Dennis Maher spoke alongside his prosecutor.

I was a really angry … Read More...

Schwartzbaum gives State of the Union

Outgoing Student Union President Alison Schwartzbaum '08 gave her final State of the Union address Monday night in the Shapiro Atrium. Highlighting the best of an eventful semester, Schwartzbaum heralded her administrations successes working with the school and the faculty … Read More...

Everythings (not so) cool

Following an introduction at this years Sundance Film Festival, activist-director Judith Helfand premiered her new film, Everythings Cool, to the Brandeis community Tuesday night. The documentary is an exploration of the past three-and-a-half years of environmental action and the dramatic … Read More...

Spring concert in review

So it was my first real rap experience. Id been to and hosted freestyle competitions in high school in Chicagoland, but rap as a genre isnt really my thing. So watching Naughty by Nature yell into their mikes for an … Read More...

Pleasant but shallow in The Namesake

Director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) has released another film about the Indian-American experience, this time about Gogol (Harold and Kumars Kal Penn), the son of immigrant parents (Tabu and Irfan Kahn) who struggles with his Indian identity. It is based … Read More...

The best and worst of the diners of Waltham

So food, glorious food. This week, well the past two weeks anyway, has been dedicated to the diner. Waltham has three on Main Street: In A Pickle, Joseph's II and Wilson's Diner, near the Watertown border. My favorite remains Joseph's;… Read More...

LTS announces new channel

The Department of Library and Technology Services (LTS) has changed the IP channel lineup for the spring semester based on the results of a 440-student poll taken early this spring.

The most surprising substitution was that of the local Fox … Read More...

Gutbucket hits you where it hurts

Gutbucket, a jazz-punk fusion quartet (“avant-squonk”) played at Chum's Thursday night. Their songs– wordless save for the occasional wails of frontman-saxophonist Ken Thomson — sound like some sort of post-Miles Davis “Blue” angry head-banger jazz. Until you get into the … Read More...

St. Patty's Day Events

St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at 1pm, from Broadway T stop (Thomas Park) to Andrew Square Saturday.

18+
Friday March 16, 2007

RISE:
Address: 306 Stuart St, Boston, 02116
Phone: (617) 423-7473
Event: NYC DJ/Producer Lance Jordan w/ Jay Prouty … Read More...

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