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Mock Trial team has conviction for regional competition

Brandeis Universitys Mock Trial Association will vie for a national slot at an intense two-day competition to take place this weekend at Connecticuts Manchester Community College (MCC). The 2005 American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Northeastern… Read More...

Snow storm delays Modfest, now may be held Feb. 12

University classes were cancelled all day Monday and on Wednesday after 2 p.m. due to incliment weather resulting from over three total feet of snow being dumped on New England. Classes, however, were not the… Read More...

New TV over IP possible

Five years after Brandeis began providing cable television for every student on campus, Information Technology Services (ITS) is piloting a program that can bring it to the computer screen. Announced to campus media last week… Read More...

Applications jump by 1,300 with new quick decision process

Over 7,200 applications for admission were received by Brandeis this year, an increase of about 1,300 over last years applicant pool and the largest in the Universitys history. By various means, Brandeis is aggressively recruiting… Read More...

Rachel Kohn 07 elected Union Judiciary Chief Justice

Rachel Kohn 07 has been voted Chief Justice of the Union Judiciary by a secret ballot of her peers. Originally from West Bloomfield, Michigan, Kohn came to Brandeis as part of the first ever mid-year… Read More...

With IPTV may come numerous concerns

One of the reasons for the pilot is to iron out potential problems with the system including incompatibilities with the Brandeis network. Hoot testing of IPTV in real-world conditions revealed that watching the video streams… Read More...

High security, full house for former terrorists speach

Every seat was occupied in Shapiro Theatre this past Monday night, when Former Palestinian terrorist, Walid Shoebat filled the auditorium. Sponsored by Hillel, Zionists for Historical Veracity, the Union Senate, Israel Campus Roundtable, Hasbara Fellowships… Read More...

Student Life staffers husband serving in Iraq

The Office of Student Life created a new position this year for Orientation and First Year programs. Many people applied to the job, but luckily, according to everyone who interacts with her, Brandeis hired Michelle… Read More...

Brandeis receives $10 million in gifts

Two major gifts in support of faculty development were announced Thursday by University President Jehuda Reinharz. The Kay Fellows Fund will bring young postdoctoral scholars to campus for two-year appointments in interdisciplinary programs. The Norman… Read More...

Achievement award winners announced

Winners of the first anual Brandeis achievement award were announced Jan. 31 through letters received by the applicants. A selection committee consisting of students and staff chose ten winners to receive a $5,000 renwable scholarship… Read More...
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