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While abroad, Brandeisian finds hope amid Chilean disaster

As she slept in her hotel room on the last night of her study abroad orientation in Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, Chile on Feb. 28, Quinn Lockwood ’11 felt the shocks of one of… Read More...

Constitutional Review Report

Proposed Amendment 1: Student Union Government restructuring •  Part one would replace the legislative powers of the Union Senate into an Assembly and Club Support Board. •  Under the committee’s proposal, the Vice President would… Read More...

It’s all greek to me: university policies unclear on Fraternities and Sororities

On April 11, the Student Union will host a half-marathon across the Brandeis campus. The event is being organized by Union Vice President Amanda Hecker ’10 and Phi Kappa Psi President Justin Meltzer ’11.  The… Read More...

Meal or points?

Last semester, Adrienne Karlovsky ’12 ran out of points. Over the semester, she would stock up on various snacks while still paying for meals with points; as Karlovsky explains it, “I was trying to double… Read More...

NBC makes bad call with ‘Marriage Ref’

There are many things on which I would defer to Jerry Seinfeld.  Comedy and how to make millions, for example, are things on which Seinfeld has an authority. Marriage advice, however, is not one of… Read More...

After shock: Students react to Chilean earthquake

The reverberations of last week’s 8.8 earth quake in Chile are being felt at Brandeis. The earthquake, one of the largest to ever hit the South American country, hit in the early morning hours and… Read More...

When in Rome: Brandeis Catholics explore the roots of their faith in the Eternal City

The Last Supper A group of 23 people sat and dined at a long, winding table. The group was mixed in age, race and personality, but they all shared one thing in common—their strong faith. … Read More...

The anti-war movement: looking back forty years later: ‘If we sound like a confused generation, we were.’

This coming May will mark the 40th anniversary of the nationwide student protest against the Vietnam War, a protest in which Brandeis was declared the National Student Strike Information Center. Brandeis students began receiving call… Read More...

War of the Rose

While the board of trustees was announcing the upcoming academic cuts on Jan. 20, eight fine arts majors were posting signs around campus reminding students of the cut they say was made to their academics… Read More...

Libraries— the times they are a-changing

Imagine you’re doing research for a paper. Let’s say that you, like many of your Brandeis counterparts, are in a rush and don’t have time to fool around, zigzagging between the myriad of bookshelves, searching… Read More...
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