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Deis hosts sessions on legacy of slavery

Leading intellectuals, artists and activists came together at Brandeis this week to discuss the history and consequences of slavery at the public conference Beyond Slavery: Overcoming its Religious and Sexual Legacy. Sponsored by the Feminist… Read More...

Undergraduate Research Program finds new funding

The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA) plans to reinstate the Undergraduate Research Program (URP) in the Spring 2007 semester, after it was suspended this fall due to a lack of funding, according to Michele… Read More...

Back Pages plans dorm deliveries

After several bags of books delivered to Brandeis were stolen last month, independent bookstore Back Pages Books is taking steps to prevent future theft, according to store owner Alex Green 04. Back Pages Books, located… Read More...

Conservative magazine bashes Brandeis TLCs

Last month, the conservative magazine the National Review Online (NRO) posted an online column denouncing themed housing at universities, specifically citing Brandeis Thematic Learning Communities (TLCs). The column Live with Your Own Kind! was written… Read More...

Panel cites changing immigration ideas

A discussion panel entitled Uncovering the Myths of US Immigration was held Wednesday night in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium. The panelists were Ali Noorani, Nadia Kim, Lucia Reyes de Deu and Alejandra Pineros-Shields. Noorani,… Read More...

Union presents shuttle proposal

A proposal for a new shuttle to the Green Line is being presented to Public Safety this week, Student Union sources said Wednesday. The initiative, headed by Class of 2008 Senator Michael Goldman, has gained… Read More...

New Vice President of Budget and Planning announced

Peter French, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, announced on Tuesday that Francis A. Drolette has been hired as the Vice President for Budget and Planning. As the Universitys primary budget officer, French wrote,… Read More...

‘Deis left out of LGBT guide

The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students was released last month, evidencing a growing concern for the accommodation of LGBT students on college campuses. The guide profiles 100 U.S. colleges with the best learning and… Read More...

9/11 widow shares story

Susan Retik, who lost her husband on Sept. 11th 2001, spoke Wednesday night at the Womens Studies Research Center in an event entitled Cycling Forward to Afghanistan, A Sept 11 Widow Speaks. Retik began by… Read More...

Einstein Bros. to open in January

The transition from Java City to Einstein Bros. Bagels will occur over the winter break, instead of in late September, according to Mark Collins, Vice-President for Campus Operations, and Michael Newmark, Director of Dining Services.… Read More...
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