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LETTER: More facts to round out article on Nomani's visit

To the editor: Im glad that journalist Asra Nomanis visit to our campus made the headline of your March 25 issue. A couple of additional facts and one correction could round out the article. First… Read More...

BERKENWALD: The end of summer vacation

The other day I declared my minor. For someone who freezes whenever someone asks them what they want to do when they grow up, declaring a minor is a bit easier than biting the bullet… Read More...

MEYERS: Boston shuttles could use revamp

A large reason that many students chose to attend Brandeis is because of its proximity to the Boston area. Getting to Boston on weekends is usually relatively easy because of the Boston Shuttles that start… Read More...

MUELLNER: Seeing beyond subtitles: the value of Ancient Greek

Editors note: First in a two part series on Ancient Greek at Brandeis. When you go to see a foreign film from a country whose language you dont know China, say, or Iran or France… Read More...

EDITORIAL: Coming to terms (with Marks term)

Slightly less than one year ago Mark Schlangel 05 was elected to the position of Student Union President on a platform combining sexual innuendo and promises to improve how clubs are funded and supported. In… Read More...

VERBATIM: Senate Money Resolution

The following senate money request, submited by BTV, was passed by the Union Senate on April 21, 2002. It is presented here without comment. Brandeis Television Money Request: Brandeis Television is requesting up to $650… Read More...

EDITORIAL: BTVs bid for more money shows poor thinking

After a highly successful year of producing and airing both original programming and movies on a minuscule budget, BTV put forth an amendment, which passed overwhelmingly, making it a secured organization. In the two years… Read More...

BAIME: When Good Housing Goes Bad

Thank God its over. After the two most stressful weeks of my Brandeis career, I have in my hand the product of countless hours of debate, deliberation, screaming matches, and political maneuvering: my housing confirmation… Read More...

KOPPEL:Israel small giant in tech field

A new exhibit entitled Israel: On the Cutting Edge is on display in the Shapiro Campus Center this week. The exhibit, sponsored by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Combined Jewish Philanthropies, demonstrates how… Read More...

SALTER:Missing the Mediterranean

These past few weeks Ive come to find myself in another happy middle-of-a-Waltham-winter rut. I have watched every episode of Sex and the City more than three times and eaten my way through too many… Read More...
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