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ZBT collects names to raise funds

The local chapter of Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT), Brandeis unrecognized off-campus fraternity, raised over $2,000 for the Childrens Hospital Boston at Waltham last week in their first-annual Get on the Ball campaign. It was tons… Read More...

SEA promoting more local foods in dining halls

Last week, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) held a series of events entitled Think Globally, Eat Locally, which were aimed at raising awareness of the myriad benefits of eating locally grown produce. The group hopes… Read More...

‘Deis author presents book on campaigning

Political analyst and author David Mark 95 returned to campus last Wednesday to discuss his new book on the history, value, and general nature of negative campaigning. In speaking about his book, Going Dirty: The… Read More...

Union designing new policy to track club events and leadership

The Student Union has started to draft a policy wherein the Union Treasurer would compile reports on the success of chartered club events and club leadership that would be used to determine future funding, according… Read More...

Pachanga crowd requires Public Safety intervention

Public Safety Officers intervened to control a crowd of students attempting to enter Pachanga, the International Club-sponsored dance that occurred Saturday night after the crowd began pushing towards the entrance, injuring one student. The officers… Read More...

German-Jewish Dialogue event examines role of WWII marketing

On Monday, Oct. 23, the German-Jewish Dialogue at Brandeis hosted visiting speaker Ulrike Dittrich. The event, entitled “Concentration Camp Souvenirs: Pieces of Memory or Objects of Commercial Mass Production?,” was based upon Dittrichs Ph.D. thesis… Read More...

Conservation efforts: AMST 191 works to protect Sachar Woods

As part of a classroom initiated project, students from Professor Laura Goldins course Greening the Ivory Tower (AMST 191b), planted blueberry bushes behind the Sachar International Center in an attempt to slow erosion and preserve… Read More...

Campus goes dark Thursday evening

Thursday evening, portions of campus lost electrical power for roughly ninety minutes. The areas affected were: the Shapiro Campus Center, the Science Center, the North Academic Quad, the North Residence Quad, Kutz, Goldfarb, Rosenthal Quad,… Read More...

Union bringing “Purple Rain”

The Student Union has scheduled an event for October 20th entitled Purple Rain, after the 1984 film and soundtrack created by Prince. The event is to be held on the Great Lawn, and will be… Read More...

Admin. announces newest housing plan

The administration announced Oct. 13 that Ridgewood Quad would likely be destroyed in spring 2007 to make space for two to three new residence halls. Also proposed are a new dining establishment situated in the… Read More...
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