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BIPAC goes to Washington

The Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee (BIPAC) traveled to Washington, D.C. this week to lobby Congress and to attend a meeting at the White House. The culmination of six months of planning, the trip connected… Read More...

The Buzz on Fair Trade

– According to the FTB web site, there are now over half-million farm families in over 300 coops in 23 Latin American, Asian, and African countries producing fair trade coffee. – A nonbinding Spring 2005… Read More...

ANTH offers new Masters in Cultural Production

The Brandeis Board of Trustees has recently approved the creation of a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Cultural Production, an interdisciplinary graduate program of the Department of Anthropology. According to the Anthropology Department website, the… Read More...

Father Michael to Leave Deis

Father David Michael, the Catholic priest at Brandeis, will leave the University this semester in order to serve in a nearby community. The move was decided by the Boston Archbishop Sean OMalley due to the… Read More...

Student Events talks to The Hoot

Student Events (SE) is the umbrella group that puts on many well-known events such as theme weeks and concerts that occur each semester. The department of Special Events is in charge of organizing Louis Louis,… Read More...

SUDAN pursues divestment

The Brandeis chapter of Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND) is about to begin a major campus-wide campaign to convice Brandeis administration to divest its holdings from Sudan. The aim of the campaign is to… Read More...

Trustees approve debt for new science buildings

The Board of Trustees approved a motion Wednesday to allow the University to take on $100 million dollars in debt for a new science facility. We can now move on with schematic design, said Daniel… Read More...

Constant phone patching causes some interruptions

Two weeks ago Brandeis University campus phones were patched in an effort to fix an upgrade from the summer. Phone patching is a process of updating hardware or software that runs the university phone switch.… Read More...

Union acknowledges Rosa Parks in resolution

On Sunday evening, the Brandeis University Senate passed the Rosa Parks Resolution, which honored the life and accomplishments of the Civil Rights matriarch in memorial of her passing on Monday, October 24. The resolution was… Read More...

Student hit by car

At approximately 2:10 pm Wednesday, a female Brandeis student was struck by an unidentified elderly driver as she crossed South Street along the Lindsay Pool area. The accident happened in front of Elan Schefflein 06,… Read More...
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