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‘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...

Unleashing the talents of the Adagio Dance Company

Adagio Dance Company held its fall show Dancefest, “ADC Unleashed,” this Wednesday in Levin Ballroom. Over the course of two hours there were 21 different dances ranging fro… Read More...

“Or,” shows that free love can abound, even in Classical Europe

In the Shapiro Campus Center Theater on Thursday, Brandeis Players began their weekend-long run of “Or,” a play by Liz Duffy Adams. The Brandeis Players are a member of the Und… Read More...

Volleyball rebounds with 3-0 at Emerson

The women’s volleyball team won their second straight match this week, beating the visiting
Emerson College Lions in three straight sets on Wednesday, 25-17, 25-18, 25-23. Th… Read More...

EcoGrounds café celebrates its grand opening

EcoGrounds, the new Library coffee shop, celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and party after a week of serving coffee and pastries to eager l… Read More...

Coach Michael Coven still going strong as men’s soccer coach

Surrounded by trophies, awards and certificates from his 40 years as the head coach of the Brandeis men’s soccer team, Head Coach Michael Coven reclined in his office chair afte… Read More...

Counseling center to launch new evening discussion program

The Psychological Counseling Center is launching a new program of group talks this semester called “Brandeis at Night,” seeking to provoke community discussions about str… Read More...

New café opens in Farber library

After months of construction over the summer, Java City has opened a new location in the Farber wing of Brandeis’ library. The plans existed since April, with an initial hope tha… Read More...

After tragedy, campus continues to look for answers

Nearly two weeks after Akshay Venkatesh took his own life on campus, just days after classes began, his professors, friends and family said they are still questioning what went wr… Read More...

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