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PERSPECTIVE: How Ancient Greek was saved at Braneis

In part one, I tried to explain why the study of Ancient Greek language and literature is essential to the curriculum of a liberal arts university like Brandeis. This second pa… Read More...

Crisis in Sherman: Kosher cops on very high alert*

Massachusetts State Police (MSP) are investigating the apparent theft of a waffle iron from the non-kosher side of the Sherman Cafeteria. MSP Colonel Smith is asking the Univers… Read More...

ITS to roll out Power over IP system*

Next fall ITS plans to unveil a new system called Power over IP (PoIP) that will replace traditional campus power distribution. The initiative comes on the heels of several other I… Read More...

Admissions imposes regional quotas to boost diversity*

Dean of Admissions Deena Whitfield announced a new admissions policy yesterday that will improve the geographical diversity of applicants for the class of 2009. In response to g… Read More...

New phones to kick off IPTV trial

Yesterday Chief Information Officer Perry Hanson announced to the community an immediate and mandatory trade-in of all existing Cisco 7912 phones on campus. The small one-line … Read More...

New diversity Dean eager to take post

Jamele Adams, the new Assistant Dean of Diversity Services, will arrive at Brandeis this fall with enthusiasm and experience. Adams plans on assessing the diversity at … Read More...

Student Union passed pay parity resolution

This week the Student Union Senate passed a resolution calling on Brandeis to equalize pay between directly employed and subcontracted Brandeis workers. The Parity Resolution … Read More...

C-Store employee fired*

Early last week Brandeis decided to lay off one of its employees for violating university policy by selling a restricted beverage to a Brandeis student. The name of the employee ha… Read More...

Brandeis joins the Ivy League*

After a series of intense meetings, Brandeis University has finally decided to accept an invitation to join the Ivy League. This decision was made early Wednesday afternoon … Read More...

BTV amendment fails, receives 30% of vote

BTVs proposal to increase its funding by over 150% by taking money from other Secured Organizations was roundly defeated in balloting on Wenesday and Thursday. The amendment… Read More...

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