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With IPTV may come numerous concerns

One of the reasons for the pilot is to iron out potential problems with the system including incompatibilities with the Brandeis network.

Hoot testing of IPTV in real-world condi… Read More...

High security, full house for former terrorists speach

Every seat was occupied in Shapiro Theatre this past Monday night, when Former Palestinian terrorist, Walid Shoebat filled the auditorium. Sponsored by Hillel, Z… Read More...

Student Life staffers husband serving in Iraq

The Office of Student Life created a new position this year for Orientation and First Year programs. Many people applied to the job, but luckily, according to everyone wh… Read More...

Shopping for classes can be fun

The moans and groans of returning to academic life after settling back into the comfortable ennui of home were accompanied by confusion for students wondering what classes to tak… Read More...

Mid Term Union Election Results

Final round results:

Finance Board Member
Total Votes 623
Anna Zendel 271
Alex Asen 235
Abstain 117

Justice of the Union Judiciary
Total Votes 650
Aron J Wolgel 326
Yuval Simchi-Le… Read More...

Mock Trial wins bid to nationals in Florida

Brandeis University Mock Trial Association (BUMTA) put in its best showing ever at the regional competition in Manchaster qualifying one of their four teams to move on to the Nati… Read More...

Brandeis receives $10 million in gifts

Two major gifts in support of faculty development were announced Thursday by University President Jehuda Reinharz. The Kay Fellows Fund will bring young postdoctoral scholars … Read More...

Achievement award winners announced

Winners of the first anual Brandeis achievement award were announced Jan. 31 through letters received by the applicants. A selection committee consisting of students and staff … Read More...

Art exhibit at Womens Studies Research Center debuts to positive reviews

The Womens Studies Research Center saw the opening of its new installation in its Kniznick Gallery Wednesday night. Although the works have been up for viewing for some time, … Read More...

PERSPECTIVE: Inauguration evokes passions

This past Wednesday brought forth two strong and contrasting beliefs of mine: I am a leftist Democrat (although on the Brandeis political spectrum, Im a little closer to the c… Read More...

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