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This Week’s Photos

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

Proposal to change USEM, UWS

A faculty committee established to review the current University Seminar in Humanistic Inquiries (USEM) program has proposed several substantial changes to the program. In a written proposal, the UCC-USEM Review Committee recommended several changes to… Read More...

118 PCs, so far, booted off network for AIM virus

118 computers have been shut off the network due to infections known as botnets over Instant Messenger as of Oct. 12. According to UNET systems administrator Elliot Kendall, after a computer becomes infected it calls… Read More...

Villanueva Named New Dean of Admissions

The search for the new undergraduate Dean of Admissions has finally come to an end Tuesday, Sept. 27. In an email to the Brandeis community, Senior Vice President of Students and Enrollment Jean Eddy announced… Read More...

King Abdullahs advisor to teach at Brandeis

An advisor to a Middle-Eastern monarch will teach at Brandeis in fall of 2006. Joseph Lumbard will leave his post as Jordanian King Abdullahs advisor on interfaith affairs to join the Near Eastern and Judaic… Read More...

Czech President visits Brandeis

On Friday the 23rd at the Shapiro Center Theater Vaclav Klaus, current president and former prime minister of the Czech Republic, addressed a packed gathering of press, faculty, and students from colleges around the Boston… Read More...

Experts discuss effects of Katrina at teach-in

A panel of eight experts presented their analyses of the varying effects of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in a Teach-In called Understanding the Post-Katrina Crisis, which took place in the Schwartz Auditorium Monday night. According… Read More...

Fair Trade Brigade member explains coffee sales

Over the past year, the Fair Trade Brigade has encouraged the Brandeis administration, Aramark and the rest of the schools student body to make a complete switch to Fair Trade Coffee sales and consumption. In… Read More...

Coffee referendum to be voted on by November

There will be a formal petition to gauge undergraduate student support for completely replacing regular coffee with coffee grown under conditions in which those growing it receive a living wage, announced Union President Jenny Feinberg… Read More...

ITS and Library merge into LTS

Information Technology Services (ITS) and the University Libraries have combined to become a new university organization, Library and Technology Services (LTS). The mission of the new organization is to provide better information access and services… Read More...
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