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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...

‘Fuddy Meers’: a show as twisted at is it brilliant

“Fuddy Meers,” written by David Lindsay-Abaire, first premiered in 1999. This week, it has come to Brandeis, presented by Brandeis Experimental Theatre (BET) and directed … Read More...

Univ overlooked criminal record in hiring

Found unresponsive and allegedly inebriated in a car parked in Tower Lot, Pippin Ross, who has been teaching the Journalism in Broadcast Media class this semester, was taken into … Read More...

Don’t ‘Bash: Latter Day Plays’

“Bash: Latter Day Plays,” put on by Free Play this weekend, is a show that’s particularly hard to swallow. On one hand, it is a show about Mormons and their sins that, given the … Read More...

Police divers continue search for BC student

Franco Garcia, 21, a student at Boston College (BC) and West Newton resident, has been missing since Feb. 22, and police have no leads as to his whereabouts.

Garcia, who lives with h… Read More...

Lawrence taps Wachter ’73 to head Rose board

President Frederick Lawrence has appointed George Wachter ’73 the new chair of the Rose Museum’s board of overseers. Wachter is currently the chairman of Sotheby’s North … Read More...

Clayborne Carson accepts Gittler Prize

Professor Clayborne Carson of the African-American Studies Department at Stanford University came to Brandeis on Tuesday to receive the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize. The aw… Read More...

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