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Library remodeled, IPTV upgraded

The beginning of the semester marked the completion of a series of policy changes, technology enhancements, and refurbishments in the Goldfarb Library and across campus, planned by Library and Technology Services (LTS). Weve been calling… Read More...

ZOA criticizes ‘Deis award pick

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has criticized the universitys decision to give an honorary doctorate award to playwright Tony Kushner at Mays commencement, according to a ZOA press release. Kushner is most recently known… Read More...

Fires spur ban on dorm flyers

A series of flyer burnings in Rosenthal quad this month has prompted Dean of Student Life Rick Sawyer to temporarily prohibit papers from being posted in public areas of residence halls. The first incident occurred… Read More...

Trustees disinvest from Sudan

The Executive Committee of the Brandeis University Board of Trustees has decided to disinvest the university endowment of investments made in companies that do business in genocide-plagued Sudan. The committee unanimously endorsed a statement to… Read More...

Frank visits campus

U.S. Congressman Barney Frank (D) visited Brandeis Monday for a short discussion on Iran and nuclear proliferation. The visit was sponsored by BIPAC and the Brandeis Democrats. Frank declared that there were no good options… Read More...

Unwanted calls plague phones

There has been a recent increase in telemarketing calls to campus, according to Library and Technology Services (LTS). LTS posted an advisory on their webpage this week, informing students of a recent upsurge in nuisance… Read More...

USEM proposal passes

University faculty approved a new University Seminar (USEM) proposal at their Thursday faculty meeting that makes a revamped UWS mandatory for first-year students, “loosens” the restrictions on interdisciplinary USEMs, and changes the writing intensive university… Read More...

Union: senate candidate violated election rules

Senator-at-Large candidate James L. Ansorge 09 has been accused of violating Student Union election rules, according to Union election commissioners. Ansorges alleged violations during this rounds Union election stemmed from using non-Union approved campaign materials,… Read More...

WBRS request denied by UJ

The Union Judiciary (UJ) has denied the WBRS' request to hold election results of the ongoing Student Activities Fee (SAF) constitutional amendment vote, according to Chief Justice Samuel Everett Dewey '06. WBRS General Manager Julie… Read More...

Free Trade coffee remains, despite student referendum

Despite a Student Union referendum passed in December which stated that the Brandeis student body is in favor of the exclusive sale of Fair Trade coffee on campus, dining services continues to sell non-Fair Trade… Read More...
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