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Things that go BMOP in the night

If you attended a performance of the Boston Symphony Orchestra last fall, chances are pretty good that you heard one or more of Beethoven’s symphonies. The BSO, widely recognized as one of the world’s most… Read More...

Outer space on the upper campus

Day in and day out, students and professors alike take on the Rabb steps. Most, however, are unaware that beneath those steps lies the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Lab. Under the direction of Professor James… Read More...

Alumni share Brandeis experience through new video challenge

In an effort to keep alumni connected to the university and to solicit donations, the university’s Department of Development and Alumni Relations has instituted a Brandeis “Alumni Video Challenge.” Inspired by entrepreneur and producer Daniel… Read More...

The Snow Men

It rained all day long on Monday. It rained all day long and the wind blew hard—breaking umbrellas and soaking shivering students as it pushed bloated raindrops sideways. Walkways became streams, doorways of buildings became… Read More...

Aronin trial to be open to public

Despite initial efforts on the part of the Union Senate, the impeachment trial of Union Secretary Diana Aronin ’11 will be open to the public. The Senate decided to withdraw its request for a closed… Read More...

Student Financial Services with a smile

Silva Bedrossian is sitting sidesaddle in a conference room, a cappuccino–one of her vices, she quickly admits–in front of her. She’s wearing a red scarf–meticulously placed around her neck–and a black sweater over a button… Read More...

Clubs-In-Service bridges gap between Brandeis and Waltham

Community, opportunity and justice–these are three prominent aspects of the Brandeis campus that are thought to define its ideology. When praising their school, Brandeisians often mention these ideals. But when it comes down to translating… Read More...

Debunking: Brandeis Urban Legends

Urban legends abound on the Brandeis campus. From Usdan Student Center to the Usen Castle, we have all heard some seemingly far-fetched story and passed it on to a friend. Each story leaves your mind… Read More...

Study abroad blog ‘the195.com’ expands to Brandeis

Brandeis will participate in a groundbreaking new Web site and blog known as ‘the 195,’ that will feature the experiences of students studying abroad. The site, which was created by three students at Northwestern University’s… Read More...

The event planner

If you pay attention to your inbox, you probably know that every Thursday night you receive an e-mail from Director of Student Activities Stephanie Grimes. You’ve probably perused these emails, checking out the list of… Read More...
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