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Over lunch, students and professors learn the truth about each other

During the last conversation with her advisor, David Cunningham, SOC, Kimberlee Bachman ’08 discussed chocolate and baseball because “they are two topics that I enjoy speaking with him about.” Not your typical office hour type… Read More...

So what are the Sakharov Archives?

If one looks closely at the floor diagrams on the walls of Goldfarb 1, the area of the library currently occupied by the Brandeis University Women’s Committee is labeled “Sakharov Archives.” Until 2004, Brandeis University… Read More...

With seniors leaving, some clubs find themselves endangered

Ben Douglas ’08 knows all about what it feels like to watch a club wither away and disappear. He’s seen it too many times, as a member of Digital Arts Club, Pirate Club, and, hopefully… Read More...

Golding Health Center offers students emergency contraceptives

The fifth time that Julia* ever had sex, the condom broke. Julia, who had been dating Mike* for about three weeks, had never had sex with any of her previous boyfriends, despite the fact that… Read More...

Where everybody knows your order

If you consider your last date at Usdan the opposite of romance, think again. Jane Bellan Flood, 61, met her husband Mike Flood during a coffee break for Usdan employees and custodians. “My co-worker told… Read More...

Do students have a say? Skeptical students respond to elections

It was election season again. Between seemingly thousands of flyers that littered the walls of nearly every building, and a singing candidate with a guitar and a harmonica on the Rabb Steps, it was hard… Read More...

The trials of elections: exhausted candidates speak

Andrew Brooks ‘09 spent over 30 hours working last week, not including two all-nighters, and he was still falling behind on school work. Not because he had so much work, but because schoolwork wasn’t what… Read More...

Giving of yourself: Donate hair to cancer victims

“Watching her hair thin, and finally fall out completely, was so sad. She wears beautiful scarves and hats, but there’s something different about having hair, ” said Stacey Brusca ’10. Imagine visibly watching someone who… Read More...

Real Life Vagina Monologues: Brandeis members do that talking

Marci McPhee of Brandeis’ International Center for Ethics is a very sensible woman, and therefore, has a very sensible vagina. In fact, if her vagina could dress itself, it would wear unscented panty shields due… Read More...

Rose Art Museum has director of many talents

Climbing into a dumpster to insert smoke machines for an art exhibit? Some might call this supporting artistic vision. Others would say, are you crazy? For Roy Dawes, Assistant Director for Operations at Brandeis’ Rose… Read More...
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