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Senior film major isn’t hedging any bets yet

Sam Bender ’14 knew from the get-go that he was going to be a film major. Hoping that he wouldn’t start to hate watching movies, he came to Brandeis for the unity that the community… Read More...

Spring into art at the Rose

“Chris Burden: The Master Builder” is coming to Brandeis. Burden is an installation and performance artist, who will come to campus to build an installation piece for Brandeis’ own Rose Art Museum. The piece is… Read More...

Irving Fine Society announces new concert series

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of the composer, the Irving Fine Society is going to host a yearlong series of events all over the country, with one concert even in the United… Read More...

Professor Emeritus dies at 92, known for illuminated manuscripts

On Nov. 24, Professor Emeritus Joachim Gaehde passed away at 92 years old. Though his wife died in 2002, he had continued to live alone in their home in Arlington, Mass. Gaehde emigrated from Germany… Read More...

Cross country women find success

It has been 12 years since the Brandeis cross country women have reached the NCAA Division III Championships, but this year’s team finally did it. Amelia Lundkvist ’14 was the women’s top finisher. “It was… Read More...

Poet Richard Blanco shares his journey to the podium

On Thursday, the Department of Hispanic Studies brought Richard Blanco to Brandeis for a poetry reading in the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Admissions Center. Blanco recently joined the elite group of inaugural poets, as he… Read More...

Cross country sweeps the competition

The men and women’s cross country teams finished 10th and third respectively at the Connecticut College Invitational last weekend. Each was ranked out of 21 total teams. The women were led by Amelia Lundkvist ’14,… Read More...

“Gravity” may be boring, but a great spectacle

“Gravity,” which opened in theaters on Oct. 4, is not about gravity, but rather the lack thereof. Starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, the movie begins in space. Bullock’s character, medical engineer Ryan Stone, is… Read More...

Soccer teams ranked No. 12 in nation

The Brandeis men’s and women’s soccer teams each have been recently ranked as the No. 12 teams in the nation for Men and Women Division III Soccer for this upcoming season. The placement comes from… Read More...
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