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New Chabad house opens

With nearly 2,000 Jewish students on campus, and an active Hillel and lively Chabad house, Brandeis is already a hotbed of Jewish life. Chabad, however, seeks to expand and enrich … Read More...

Venkatesh found dead in dorm from apparent suicide

Responding to a wellness check requested by his parents, Brandeis police found Akshay Venkatesh ’14 dead from an apparent suicide in his Ziv Quad dorm room Monday morning, univ… Read More...

23rd ranked soccer team wiping away the competition

The Brandeis men’s soccer team won its first home game on Wednesday against New Hampshire’s Colby-Sawyer. The team warmed up as the stands slowly filled, and at the appointed … Read More...

Former VP Peter French paid 3.2 mil upon leaving

Former Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter French received more than $3.2 million in reportable compensation in 2010, in large part because illness forc… Read More...

Castle to undergo overdue renovation

As students return to Brandeis, they will notice a number of improvements around campus: new sidewalks between the Castle and East, and a new entry floor in the Shapiro Admissions … Read More...

Alum arrested in WV mine protest

Activists have called for probes into allegedly brutal police conduct during the break-up of a protest at a West Virginia mine last month where Dorian Williams ’12 was among tho… Read More...

Brandeis appoints new director of Rose Mueum

Provost Steve Goldstein hired Christopher Bedford, Wexner Center for the Arts curator, as the newest director of The Rose Art Museum, the university announced last month. His ap… Read More...

Campus activates creativity for annual arts affair

Even with finals looming, the final weekend in April proved truly incredible. In part, this was because the Leonard Bernstein Festival for the Creative Arts brought art, dance an… Read More...

Lawrence chooses Waltham, ’Deis to sell Newton home

Brandeis will sell its university-owned home on Beaumont Avenue in Newton and rent an apartment in the renovated Waltham Watch Factory for President Fred Lawrence and his wife, K… Read More...

Activists hold ‘teach-in’ to educate about Occupy movement

Students for a Democratic Society joined with their peers in a group led by Professor Gordon Fellman (SOC) hosted a teach-in in the Shapiro Campus Center atrium on Tuesday. This te… Read More...

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