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The power of kneeling during the national anthem

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and San Francisco safety Eric Reid came under fire from right-wing citizens and news outlets alike over their Sept. 1, 20… Read More...

‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is packed with emotions, yet parts of the plot remain uncertain

Noah: Last week we both went and saw “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and I have to say we were both kind of floored by it. Just a little bit of set-up: It’s the thir… Read More...

‘The Disaster Artist’ depicts the making of ‘The Room’ with stellar cinematography and acting

“The Disaster Artist” is a biopic about “The Room,” the most iconic “so bad it’s good” movie of all time. This story revolves around aspiring actor Greg Sestero (Da… Read More...

Adagio’s fall show celebrates dance at Brandeis

Students and community members crowded into Levin Ballroom to watch Adagio’s fall show, themed “Throwback Thursday,” on the evening of Thursday, Nov. 16. The show also fe… Read More...

University finances ‘secure’ but ‘constrained’

Financially, the university is “secure” but “constrained” and needs to generate higher revenue to achieve goals, according to members of Brandeis’ Finance and Admi… Read More...

Giants bench Eli Manning

It’s the end of an era in New York. Eli Manning, the face of the Giants for 14 years, will not be starting next Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. On Tuesday afternoon, head coach B… Read More...

Panel debates whether nuclear energy is clean energy

Members of the Brandeis community convened at the International Lounge on Monday, Nov. 27, where Professor Kerry Emanuel and Professor Christoph Stefes debated about whether n… Read More...

Men’s basketball secures first win after rough start to the season

The Brandeis men’s basketball team has started off rocky with only one win in the first four games of their season.

The Judges dropped the second game of the season and home opener … Read More...

MELA 2017 soars to new heights with a truly impressive and vibrant program

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka—all these beautiful cultures were celebrated at the South Asian Students’ Association… Read More...

Reflecting on Nobel Prize winners

With the recent awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Brandeis professor Michael Rosbash (BIOL) and professor emeritus of biology Jeffrey Hall for their work o… Read More...

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