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Dining changes proposed, Aramark contract on table

Senior Vice President for Administration Mark Collins announced that the university will be considering new dining service contractors. While the university may not necessar… Read More...

Mela highlights South Asian culture with synchronicity and skill

Mela, hosted by the South Asian Students’ Association, introduced students to “Kahaani: Our Story” through music, dance and spoken word performances on Nov. 17. Set in fr… Read More...

Men’s basketball wins Big Four Tournament

After a disappointing opening loss against Rhode Island College in the first game of the season, the men’s basketball team has rebounded nicely, winning their last four games t… Read More...

Dylan nixed, possibility of festival still on table

Bob Dylan has been cut from the set list for next semester’s proposed festival. While the event is still likely to occur, it will no longer be called the 50th Anniversary Bob Dylan … Read More...

Late header by Ocel sends men’s soccer to Sweet Sixteen

Hosting the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament at Gordon’s Field, Brandeis’ fans packed the bleachers with a crowd of more than 500 for two days last weekend, watching the … Read More...

True to its word, farcical 'Rumors' delivers hilarity

“Rumors,” originally by Neil Simon and directed at Brandeis by Neal Rabinowitz ’13, tells the story of two couples who have gathered for a tenth-anniversary party onl… Read More...

Town hall presents proposed folk festival to student body

Fifty years ago, Bob Dylan performed at Brandeis, just two weeks before his second album was released, and as Jesse Manning ’13 says, it was “when he became Bob Dylan as we know h… Read More...

Students react to hard-fought presidential election

Tuesday night marked the reelection of President Obama and the victory of Democrat Elizabeth Warren over incumbent Republican Senator Scott Brown, as well as the passage of land… Read More...

‘Metamorphoses’ sets high standard with brilliant performance

The Undergraduate Theatre Collective struck gold with their production of Mary Zimmerman’s “Metamorphoses.” Based on the familiar Greek myths of Ovid, “Metamorphos… Read More...

Swimming and Diving returns to action after absence

Competing for the first time at home since the 2008 season, the Brandeis swimming and diving team announced their return to competition with a new school record in a pair of losses t… Read More...

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