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Crown Center to invite political speakers

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies is working to invite numerous political leaders to speak on the Middle East, according to the Office of Communications. Amongst those invited are John Edwards, Al Gore, Rudy… Read More...

STAND planning meetings from across the region

Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND) is planning to meet with activists from across the northeast in New York City on March 10 to help bring attention to the issue of genocide in the Sudan.… Read More...

Mock trial comes home successful

Over February break, the Brandeis Mock Trial team competed at its regional competition at Yale University. Brandeis has four competitive teams and one of those teams, known as “Team Twix,” went 5-2-1, beating teams from… Read More...

Flooding in Ziv Quad

Several rooms in Ziv Quad were flooded February 16, according to residents. The flooding occurred after a student broke the head of the fire sprinkler in her room when removing a bag from her closet.… Read More...

Club sports deal brokered

The Student Union announced February 15 that a decision had been made to create a Club Sports Program under the auspices of the Athletics Department. This arrangement, if passed by the Board of Trustees in… Read More...

Free Play Theatre Cooperative chartered

The Free Play Theatre Cooperative (FPTC) announced that it had been chartered by the Student Union on Feb. 11. The 19-1 decision came after a sharply-divided Union vote last semester, in which Free Play was… Read More...

Professor Finkelstein to visit Brandeis after F-board approval

It has been confirmed that funds have been secured for a visit from controversial Professor Norman Finkelstein, author of The Holocaust Industry and Beyond Chutzpah. The organizers of the speech said that their funding had… Read More...

Crown Center fellow under fire for paper

Dr. Khalil Shikaki, a senior fellow at Brandeiss Crown Center for Middle Eastern studies, has recently generated controversy over his support for the release of Marwan Barghouti, a former Fatah leader who was convicted in… Read More...

College-Age senate candidate Patrick Schmitt speaks to Brandeis Democrats

Former Rhode Island State Senate candidate and recent college graduate Patrick Schmitt came to the Brandeis Democrats meeting Wednesday night to speak about his campaign for political office. In 2006, as a 22-year-old senior at… Read More...

Flood victim finds intruder in room next morning

Dustin Smith 08 did not have to deal solely with the flooding of his room on Feb. 13: when he returned to his room the next morning, he said he came home to an unexpected… Read More...
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