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Students stand united with concerned citizens

Starting on Sept. 17 and continuing on even through today, American citizens from across the nation, have flooded into the financial district in Lower Manhattan to participate in a somewhat mysterious event titled Occupy Wall Street.

This protest—modeled after past … Read More...

Students create teacher awards

At this point in the semester—as finals loom on the horizon—it is common for students to resent their professors for the work quickly piling up in front of them. Dana Schneider ’11 and Ilana Spector ’11 defied this pattern, however, … Read More...

Men’s club volleyball team advances to Nationals

In his first year, David Perlow ’11—a men’s baseball recruit—never expected for volleyball to become a key part of his life. Perlow—now a candidate for a dual BA/MA in International Economics and Finance—had always participated in multiple sports simultaneously all … Read More...

Seth Grande wins PETA’s Student Leadership Award for work with cage-free eggs

It is no secret that Brandeis’ campus is filled with students who are passionate about social action and social justice. There are always a few students, however, whose passion and drive push them ahead of all the rest; and even … Read More...

Students help Orientation ‘GO GREEN’

PHOTO COURTESY OF Robyn Blumberg

It seems that there is a constant buzz around campus discussing the state of Brandeis sustainability and urging the campus to go greener. Most of the time this buzz remains, but amid this aundance of … Read More...

Hasbara sends Brandeisians to Israel

From Dec. 19 through Jan. 4, Brandeis Students Dana Kandel ’14, Amber Kornreich ’12, Avi Fuld ’14, Zahava Horowitz ’14 and Emily Mandel ’12, along with 105 other college students from more that 60 universities nationwide, had the incredible opportunity … Read More...

Dining Services collects ‘toys for tots’ during holiday season

The holiday season is fast approaching and Brandeis Dining Services has taken notice.

Whether you take your meals in Sherman, Usdan or the Faculty Club, Dining Services has set up tables in every dining hall advertising their Toys for Tots … Read More...

Tron!!!

Any Brandeis student walking by Chapels’ Field on a given afternoon might bear witness to a group of men running drills and practicing rigorously. Assuming that there are no brooms between the legs of players, chances are that these athletes … Read More...

The (other) ‘Wild Party’ on campus

sex on the mind: ‘The Wild Party’ is about the passionate relationship between a vaudeville dancer Queenie (Anneke Reich) and Burrs (Zach Greenberg).
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

I know that there has been much talk on campus about Pachanga … Read More...

Brandeis recording of 1963 Bob Dylan concert found in music critic’s son’s basement

Recording executive Jeff Gold recently discovered a hitherto unknown recording of a forgotten Bob Dylan performance at a music festival hosted by Brandeis in 1963.

He discovered the tracks while sorting through the basement of the family home of Toby … Read More...

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