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Sabbaticals, course offerings lead to student concern

This weekends release of the fall 2007 course selection showed that professors from several departments were taking sabbaticals in the coming semester, leaving some students concerned about completing majors and taking certain courses. Overall, there… Read More...

X-Lot construction sparks parking concerns

In addition to other construction projects scheduled to take place at Brandeis soon, a plan to begin construction on a new parking garage where X-lot is currently located is sparking concern regarding on-campus parking for… Read More...

Table Tennis Society: Up the creek with a paddle

As yet another ball shot off the ping pong table and whizzed passed my ear, I recalled what I had foolishly bragged to friend just a little earlier: When it comes to ping pong, Im… Read More...

First round of elections done as Shreeya Sinha takes presidency

The Student Union announced that Union Senator-at-Large Shreeya Sinha 09 won the mandate for the presidency during the first round of elections Tuesday, winning 752 votes. Class of 2008 Senator Michael Goldman 08 also won… Read More...

Journalism Professor Eileen McNamara to teach full-time next fall

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Professor Eileen McNamara (JOUR) will begin teaching at Brandeis full-time starting fall 2007 after accepting one of 24 buyouts from the Boston Globe, according to a piece written in the Globe Wednesday.… Read More...

FULL ELECTION RESULTS

PRESIDENT Shreeya Sinha (752) Jonathan J. D'Oleo (289) Andrew S.M. Brooks (284) Iris Uzdil (46) ABSTAIN (37) Reed Scharff (9) VICE-PRESIDENT Alexander R. Braver* (601) Christina Khemraj* (316) ABSTAIN (34) TREASURER Choon Woo Ha (1079)… Read More...

BTV relaunched after hiatus with new Executive Board

This past week, Brandeis Television celebrated its new semester of programming and a new season of its flagship news program, “BTV News,” with a launch party featuring live music and a chocolate fountain. This semester… Read More...

Despite club sports deal Brandeis crew team to lose boathouse

Despite alleged promises from Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Jean Eddy and Director of Athletics Sheryl Sousa, the Brandeis University club crew team is about to lose its boathouse. While according to crew… Read More...

SDS holds teach-in to protest “war on terror”

This Tuesday, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), previously known as the Radical Student Alliance (RSA), held a teach-in to protest the “War on Terror. Approximately 35 students showed up to listen to four speakers… Read More...

Arab Culture Club and World Can’t Wait Club to cosponsor Finkelstein lecture

According to club leaders, the Arab Culture Club (ACC) has returned to cosponsor a lecture by DePaul professor Norman Finkelstein. The speech by the author of the controversial book The Holocaust Industry will also be… Read More...
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