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Volleyball roars to a 3-1 start behind Hensley’s offensive

After starting the season with three-straight match wins at the Western Connecticut State University Invitational, the Brandeis volleyball team struggled in their home opener with a straight sets loss against Wellesley College. With their first… Read More...

Runway fashionistas rent out style to students

While other students began to wind down from a long week of classes and prepare for the weekend, Emily Troge ’14 and Abby Hirsch ’14 spent last Friday organizing the first trunk show for Rent… Read More...

Saving the environment through translation

At the end of spring semester, an environmental studies professor suggested Yifan Wang ’14 find a “green job” for the summer. She came to Brandeis to study business and environmental studies, though she recognizes that… Read More...

You Know We’re Right: Trying to work with a secret romance?

Dear Morgan and Leah, I’m a gay junior and I’m very comfortable with my sexuality. While I’m not super public about it, my family and friends know and I haven’t tried to hide it since… Read More...

You Know We’re Right: Worried about making new friends this year?

Dear Leah and Morgan, I’m starting my sophomore year this year, and I’m a little worried about something, and wanted to know if you could help. Last year, I had a really close group of… Read More...

Ellie Ann, Brandeis senior, releases new single and music video

When her mother started making her take piano lessons “too many years ago to count,” Ellie Hutchinson ’12 hated going and later practicing. It wasn’t until high school that playing piano joined singing and theater… Read More...

Senior takes the middle man out of online discovery

Brett Segall ’11 will be busy during the next few months. In addition to graduating with a double major in Economics and Business and a minor in Legal Studies, he plans to launch eMuze Connect,… Read More...

Here’s to the nights…

Take Back the Night was created more than 30 years ago as a vigil and march to protest sexual assault and the danger people often feel walking alone at night. As it grew in popularity,… Read More...

Pleasing judges and defying judgments

Next year, Elysha Greenberg ’11 will be attending graduate school to get her Masters in Mental Health Counseling. She might also be touring her home state of New Hampshire, educating school children about the hazards… Read More...

‘I have a dream’: LaCE inspires KMS students and has fun doing it

When Amy moved from Haiti to Waltham in February of last year, she barely spoke English. “I knew ‘hi,’ ‘out,’ ‘back,’ words like that,” she said on Thursday in nearly perfect English. Now, just more… Read More...
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