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Ollie’s Eatery: A late night special

Food is not a joking matter when it comes to college students. We want good food at an affordable price and available at all hours of the day. While Sherman and USDAN have been the… Read More...

From Brandeis to Haiti: Widening the gap

Are you tired of sitting in class after class, listening to the professor lecture, and spend each day just writing chicken scratch notes in your beat up 3 ring binder? Then maybe a Community Engaged… Read More...

Exploring the ocean: Brandeis SCUBA club takes students to new depths

Imagine a world in which you aren’t limited by gravity. You can move on any axis, in any direction, with minimal effort. Imagine a world where you see the strangest creature float harmlessly by, with… Read More...

Brandeis Republicans: the right side of ‘Deis on Super Tuesday

It’s 9 p.m. in East Quad’s airport lounge. The Phillips T.V. is blaring FOX news, and Karl Rove is the guest analyst. Six to seven Brandeis students are sitting around, watching as the “tsunami Tuesday”… Read More...

Mixing it up: Brandeis Mixed Heritage Club addresses important issues

Browsing through the myriad of clubs offered at Brandeis to accepted students last spring, Kaamila Mohamed ‘11 found something missing. Though there seemed to be something offered for everyone, Mohamed didn’t see exactly what she… Read More...

The Midyear Experience

This is what every incoming freshman read when they received the Brandeis acceptance letter. “Dear _______, Congratulations and welcome to the Freshman Class of 2011.” Followed by: “We are unable to accept you for admission… Read More...

Urtexts: Brandeis’ new interreligious journal

Talk about using your major to take action. Binny Kagedan, ’08, a NEJS major, has always been “very focused on religious studies” and is now using his passion to start a new interreligious journal at… Read More...

Shopping period: A cursed blessing?

Shopping period gives students the opportunity to try out, or “shop,” various classes before deciding which ones to actually take. It’s an invaluable tool for weeding out the weaker professors, the classes that don’t cover… Read More...

Inside ticket to the Brandeis parking office

At the time, she took the job out of need. Tia Oliver, ’10, was saving up for a trip to Texas with her mother when a friend who worked in Brandeis’ parking office told her… Read More...

Writing program teaches city kids, but faces uncertain future

Every Wednesday afternoon at Snowden International School, in a school library no larger than an MBTA train car, I sit and wait for students to come and ask me to help them with their writing.… Read More...
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