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University offers expanded shuttle service

Complimentary off-campus shuttle service at Brandeis University is changing and expanding significantly this year, as a result of the University’s decision to hire a new shu… Read More...

Rose to re-open with new exhibits

The Rose Art Museum plans to debut five new exhibitions on September 17 to the Brandeis community. With a strong legacy in making the visual arts accessible to students, the Rose Ar… Read More...

Transitional Year Program named to honor Myra Kraft ‘64

45 years ago, the first Transitional Year Program (TYP) students enrolled at Brandeis as a means to help them afford and succeed in higher education. Now the TYP program has been na… Read More...

Softball measures up to Clark 1-1 for the weekend; reaches 20 game win mark

The softball team faced Clark University in a doubleheader at home last Saturday, and went 1-1 against the Cougars. With this victory, the Judges have reached their 20th win of the … Read More...

Miras project celebrates non-western music

April 22 marked the final major performance by the Middle East Music Ensemble, as part of the Miras Project, directed by Ann Lucas. The all-student ensemble, which included guest… Read More...

"I Love You Because" misses the mark

Directed by Brian Haungs ’15, the production of “I Love You Because” presented by Tympanium Euphorium intertwined humor and the classic hardships of romance. Although th… Read More...

Community gathers to mourn victims from Marathon attack

Students, faculty and staff gathered for an interfaith vigil at Chapel’s Pond Tuesday afternoon to console one another in solidarity with the victims of the Marathon bombing a… Read More...

Lawrence lectures on intent and consequences of hate crimes

President Fred Lawrence presented a lecture “Words that Stab: Hate Speech under the American Constitution and the European Convention of Human Rights” on Tuesday afternoo… Read More...

ICC’s “All Around The World” celebrates global perspectives on culture

The Intercultural Center (ICC) hosted its first ever “All Around The World” event that celebrated the various cultural clubs on campus on Saturday. The event was co-hosted b… Read More...

Seussical opens up a world of imagination

Dr. Seuss once said, “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.” The enduring quality of a Dr. Seuss novel has always been its ab… Read More...

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