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Flooding in East Quad

Around 6:30 pm Sunday night, a fire-suppression sprinkler on Pomerantz 6 in East Quad was activated after being accidentally struck by a football. By the time Facilities was able to shut it off, the sprinkler… Read More...

Linguistics proposal passes

The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) has provisionally approved a recent proposal for the restructuring of the undergraduate Linguistics major entitled Language and Linguistics. The proposal will be sent back to its authors, an ad-hoc committee… Read More...

Abdullah advisor speaks to The Hoot about joining NEJS faculty

Come fall of 2006, Brandeis will welcome Dr. Joseph Lumbard into the Near Eastern and Judaic Studies department as a fulltime professor of Islamic Studies. Dr. Lumbard comes to the Brandeis community from the administration… Read More...

3 students hospitalized after Modfest

Three students who attended the semi-annual Modfest party Saturday night were hospitalized for symptoms of excessive alcohol consumption. [The] three people were sent [to the hospital] at exactly the same time, said Elan Schefflein 06,… Read More...

Silberman hired as assistant Provost

With the hiring of Dr. Richard Silberman, Brandeiss search for an Assistant Provost finally ended Sept. 30. Dr. Silberman, who replaces former Special Advisor to the Provost Mary Jean Corbett, officially began his new position… Read More...

Professor diagnosed with pertussis

This Wednesday the Brandeis Health Center, in accordance with Massachusetts law, sent email notification to the University community of a confirmed case of pertusis, commonly known as whooping cough, on campus. Elaine Hiller, lecturer of… Read More...

University treasurer resigns

The man who has been a vital member in the Brandeis financial team of Maureen Murphy, James Hurley, and Peter French has resigned. Brandeis Universitys Treasurer, Jeffrey Solomon, left on Friday, Oct, 14 after working… Read More...

Sharona Muir participates in meet the author series

Author Sharona Muirs new memoir, The Book of Telling: Tracing the Secrets of My Fathers Lives, is a story of the search to find out who Muirs father was. Muir spoke on Wednesday in the… Read More...

Union recognizes rabbinical training club

The Rabbis in Training club (RabbIT) was recently recognized by the Student Union. Samantha Saltzman 06 began the club in order to unite those interested in rabbinical careers and to serve as a place for… Read More...

This Week’s Photos

This Week's photos. The Hoot comic and Fool for Love.… Read More...
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