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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...

Brandeis not a party school?

Social life at Brandeis. Apparently this is a touchy topic. When asked, most people will avert their eyes, cross their arms, and halfheartedly state, “it’s what you make of it.” Then they’ll mumble something about… Read More...

Bored? Get a wacky summer internship

Brandeis students know how they want to spend their summer vacations. A quick glance through Hiatt’s internship search engine shows dozens of positions in almost every field imaginable—arts management, banking, forestry—and in locations ranging from… Read More...

Do you really need a car at Brandeis?

The Jeep Compass outside East Pomerantz had another parking violation for being parked just outside the main entrance rather than in a spot in the lot. Why is it always parked there? Is that guy… Read More...

Brandeis students do as the Romans do

As 12 students and their tour guide climbed up the 320 steps to the copula of the crypts of St. Peter’s and celebrated mass in one of the small chapels, the blending of several different… Read More...

The vegan kind of life

It’s 2 o’clock on a Monday. Lower Usdan and Sherman have just closed for lunch. But Emily Gelb ‘11 has only eaten a Luna bar, despite having woken up at 9:15 and gone to two… Read More...

Brandeis students help fight AIDS epidemic

5 seconds. Not much more than a heartbeat. Not much more than a slight turn of the head. Not much of anything. Yet within those 5 seconds, a person in a different part of the… Read More...

Environmental Studies Field Semester: no mere walk in the park for Brandeis students

The trips taken by last semester’s first Environmental Field Semester participants involved visiting a lot of farms and parks, but that’s where the similarities to a first grade field trip end. Introduced last semester by… Read More...

From the page to the stage: MusicUnitesUS with the Waltham community

“I bet you’ve never heard an Iraqi love song,” Yuval Ron of the Yuval Ron Ensemble, continued. The Iraqi musician then proceeded to play one for the kids during a MusicUnitesUs performance in the ‘05-‘06… Read More...
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