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‘We will remember them’: a story of World War II

Samuel Edward “Eddie” Hatch—my grandfather—has lived a long time, 86 years. None was as pivotal in the story of his life as the year 1944.

It is a story my family knows well. … Read More...

Candidates try to stand out in crowded-field debate

Elections were initially planned for Thursday, from midnight to midnight, but due to short notice in scheduling e-mail lists with LTS, were postponed until 2 p.m. Thursday after… Read More...

‘In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)’ satisfies

“In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)”: The show with two possible titles leaves the audience wondering what the show is about. It could either prove that the audience membe… Read More...

A call for justice for Trayvon Martin

More than a month since the Feb. 26 shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by 28-year-old George Zimmerman in Sanford, Fla., many questions remain. These questions vary from the … Read More...

Governor Patrick speaks at Global Trade Summit

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick met with raucous applause at Brandeis’ annual Global Trade Summit last Tuesday. He praised his own administration’s successes in the … Read More...

University archives: uncovering women’s history

This past Wednesday, the Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections hosted a “Show and Tell Event” to celebrate women’s history and their contribution… Read More...

Knesset forums disrupted for 2nd year

Five Israeli Knesset members participated in a town-hall style meeting at Temple Emanuel in Newton on Monday evening. For the second year in a row, members of Brandeis Students fo… Read More...

Brandeis raises a whopping $77,000 to fight cancer

Brandeis’ Relay For Life last weekend coupled with the various events that the Relay committee held throughout the year raised $77,000 for cancer research, $12,000 more than l… Read More...

Student Union pushes for extended Einsteins hours

After the successful campaign to extend the C-Store hours, the Student Union has moved on to Einsteins.

Student Union President Herbie Rosen ’12 stated that the C-Store campai

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Aramark cuts student managers

Since the beginning of the academic year, Aramark, Brandeis’ food service provider, began phasing out student manager and supervisor positions. After the graduation of curr… Read More...

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