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Timeline of Finkelstein Event

Despite the debate from the RSA claiming that Conway joined the RSA with the sole intent of inviting the controversial speaker, Finkelstein was actually first introduced in an e-mail sent on Jan 18. by Professor… Read More...

Despite Ridgewood demolition, housing lottery reaches 1787

Last weekends housing lottery ended at an unprecedented 1787, according to members of Residence Life, eliciting surprise from many students. According to Associate Director of Residence Life Jeremy Leiferman, this is the highest number the… Read More...

Student Union to implement new voting software for elections

The Student Union and Library and Technology Services (LTS) have upgraded the online voting system in time for the spring elections. The Union decided to replace the six-year-old system in March of last year after… Read More...

Radical Student Alliance/SDS disavows member, Finkelstein visit

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), formerly known as the Radical Student Alliance (RSA), as well as the Arab Culture Club (ACC), announced that they had dropped their sponsorship of a possible upcoming event with… Read More...

ICC celebrates its 15th anniversary

Last Sunday, members of the Brandeis community gathered to mark the Intercultural Centers (ICC) fifteenth anniversary with an event that celebrated the centers history and importance on campus. The event, called Telling Our Story, was… Read More...

Confusion surrounds Thirsty Thursday

A dispute regarding Thirsty Thursday at The Stein arose from a lack of communication between Student Events and the school restaurant. In the past, on Thirsty Thursday, Student Events offered free appetizers and billiards and… Read More...

Students claim inconsistencies in housing process

Several students faced problems with the housing lottery this year. Some students say that they registered to participate in the housing selection process but were not assigned lottery numbers, others claim that they did not… Read More...

Crown Center to invite political speakers

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies is working to invite numerous political leaders to speak on the Middle East, according to the Office of Communications. Amongst those invited are John Edwards, Al Gore, Rudy… Read More...

STAND planning meetings from across the region

Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND) is planning to meet with activists from across the northeast in New York City on March 10 to help bring attention to the issue of genocide in the Sudan.… Read More...

Mock trial comes home successful

Over February break, the Brandeis Mock Trial team competed at its regional competition at Yale University. Brandeis has four competitive teams and one of those teams, known as “Team Twix,” went 5-2-1, beating teams from… Read More...
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