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It’s all Greek to me!

DEAD LANGUAGE: Brandeis students study “dead languages” so they can better understand ancient texts.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot</i>

DEAD LANGUAGE: Brandeis students study “dead languages” so they can better understand ancient texts.

PHOTO BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot

For some people, foreign language meant the requisite Spanish or French begrudgingly taken in high school: hola and Bonjour, adios and … Read More...

Beyond Israel: Jewish students explore the four corners of the world and themselves

Brandeis University and the State of Israel. What a combination. Both full of Jews, both established in 1948, both characterized by the colors blue and white. It’s like a match made on JDate.

With the undergraduate student population estimated to … Read More...

New George Washington club teaches students about America’s History

Although a fair number of us Brandeisian(s) do hail from the Massachusetts area, there are plenty of us from other states, not to mention from other countries.

Believe it or not, there are people for whom the acronym MFA is … Read More...

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