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Outer space on the upper campus

Ian Schleifer operates the Multi-Axis Tilt Device (MAT), nicknamed the Hulk, in the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Lab. PHOTO BY Max ShayDay in and day out, students and professors alike take on the Rabb steps.… Read More...

Debunking: Brandeis Urban Legends

The Myth of the Castle: The Castle, currently used as sophomore housing, is often thought of by students to have secret passageways (as highlighted above). In fact, these passageways are old utility chases for piping… Read More...

American Studies administrator discusses department’s evolution

Angelina Simeone, known as Angie, has been at Brandeis since 1972, but she’s not a student, and she’s not a professor. As academic administrator for the Department of American Studies, Simeone ensures classes are in… Read More...

Former theater arts student combines passion with service

KENNEDY CENTER: After graduating in May, former theater arts student Gabrielle Young is now in the midst of a four month long internship at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts where she is in… Read More...

Room vacancy, new roommate not wanted

ROOMMATES INTErRUPTED: Ziv suitemates Ben Sacks ‘10 and Steve Sasmor ‘10 have an empty bedroom in their suite after a suitemate moved out to save money. They hope Community Living does not drop a ‘random’… Read More...

Great Expectations

With a new curriculum and fresh faculty, the Arabic program is poised to become a star attraction at Brandeis. The effort is being spearheaded by Senior Lecturer in Arabic Studies and Director of the Arabic… Read More...

Away on sabbatical: Not your average ‘vacay’

RADICAL SABBATICAL: While on sabbatical at NYU, Prof. Joyce Antler (AMST), began work on her new book on feminist activism. PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootWhat do an American Studies professor’s interviews with feminist activists have… Read More...

They’ve got game

JUMPING THE FENCE: Equestrian club member Ashley Zibura ‘11 competes at Tufts last November. The Brandeis Equestrian Club co-hosted a competition last weekend at the Rising Star Equestrian Center. Beth Bowan ‘10 was named high… Read More...

Countdown to commencement: The not-so-bleak future

Photo gallery for the Career Fair. EMPLOYED: Brandeis students meet and greet employers at a Hiatt Career Center sponsored career fair Thursday. PHOTO BY Barbara Stark/The HootWe’ve seen it in the cutbacks at school. We’ve… Read More...
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