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Republicans, BIPAC under new leadership

Both of the communitys traditionally conservative groupsthe Brandeis Republicans and the Brandeis Israel Political Affairs Committee (BIPAC)are now under new leadership. The Republicans are now led by president Megan Vijiarungam 09 and vice president Amanda… Read More...

President Carter answers more of your questions

Courtesy of The Faculty-Student Carter Question website: 1) Sergio Reyes '98, Alumni Brandeis has always prided itself on the level of social responsibility inherent in its mission, as embodied by students, faculty, and alumni. What… Read More...

Union update

– Student Union President Alison Schwartzbaum 08 and Union Director of Communications Brian Paternostro 07 announced that the party reimbursement plan is in its first week, having given $50 to its first two applicants. –… Read More...

Strange but true

Kevin Federline commercial angers fast-food workers Kevin Federlines commercial for Nationwide Insurance, which will air during the Super Bowl, has angered fast-food workers. In the commercial, Kevin Federline raps, dresses and looks like a superstar,… Read More...

Rose Art Museum opens for Winter 2007 season

New exhibits now at the museum: Works from the Permanent Collection The Lois Foster Wing, runs through April 1, 2007 The Rose chief curator and the Henry Lois Foster Director of The Rose have collaborated… Read More...

Strange but true

Jimi Hendrix energy drink in the works According to the Associated Press, Beverage Concepts will soon market non-alocoholic drinks, nicknamed “Liquid Experience.” It is named after the Jimi Hendrix album Are you experienced? Meanwhile, some… Read More...

Union Updates

-The Student Union, along with several other groups, held a discussion forum the day after the Carter and Dershowitz speeches occurred. I feel a lot students got overwhelmed with information, and needed an outlet for… Read More...

Brandeis Chaplaincy Calls for Peace Vigils

The four heads of the Brandeis Chaplaincy have called for weekly peace vigils, which will begin Tuesday afternoon and will continue weekly until the end of hostilities in Iraq. Were going to do it every… Read More...

Students unable to find many books at Brandeis Bookstore

Recently, more professors and students have been choosing not to purchase their textbooks at the Brandeis University Bookstore, a Barnes and Noble affiliate. Instead, they order books from alternative sources, such as Back Pages Books,… Read More...

Hoot announces new editorial board

The Brandeis Hoot began the spring semester by announcing a brand-new editorial board. Andy Meyers 08 and Lauren Stein 08 have succeeded Heather Zajdel 07 as Editors-in-Chief, Jordan Rothman 09 has replced Graham Dobereiner 07… Read More...
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