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ICC celebrates 25 years of cultural diversity

The Brandeis Intercultural Center (ICC) is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29. First started by a group of students named the Push Committee, the ICC has served as an umbrella organization for cultural clubs Read More...

Sodexo, but not your way

Brandeisians believe in “truth even unto its innermost parts,” so let’s talk honestly about the food. Brandeis’ meals are catered and controlled entirely through outsourcing to Sodexo—a company that cares more about its bottom line than the means of profit. Read More...

Meet Brandeis’s Director of Athletics

From near and afar, Lynne Dempsey ’93 religiously tracks the scores and times of Brandeis’ athletic teams. Whether she is cheering on the sidelines of the soccer field or tracking the live stats of the tennis matches inside the Gosman Read More...

Men’s soccer in the off-season

Brandeis men’s soccer had a historic season in 2016. Though their record was just 13-6-4, a Cinderella-like string of games led Brandeis into the NCAA Division III Final Four. However, immediately following the season, head coach Mike Coven retired, leaving Read More...

TBA and Bad Grammer play quirky improv games

To Be Announced (TBA) and Bad Grammer teamed up for Thursday Night Fight: TBA vs. Bad Grammer in Zaniest Show Yet, providing the audience with laughter and good times on Thursday, April 20. The two improv groups combined and then Read More...

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’ is a blunt instrument

Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album “DAMN.” dropped about two weeks ago, and that seems like almost enough time to be able to talk about it. Long story short, I don’t think it’s as good as Kendrick’s prior release, “To Pimp Read More...

Visiting speaker offers conservative viewpoint

Conservative author, filmmaker and speaker Dinesh D’Souza spoke about the Democratic Party and its abandonment of liberal values to a packed Schwartz auditorium on Tuesday, April 25. The event was sponsored by Young America’s Foundation.

D’Souza was named one of Read More...

Some reflections on my time on the A-Board

Few experiences as a student can compare to the responsibility and privilege of serving on the student “government,” or as we more appropriately term it at Brandeis, the Student Union. Participation in the Student Union in any capacity, elected or Read More...

‘Doctor Who’ returns for a 10th season with a familiar face and a fresh one

A TV show that’s been around for 54 years is bound to need a break every now and then, in addition to having to reinvigorate itself from time to time. “Doctor Who” consists of an alien known simply as the Read More...

‘Louis-Ferdinand Céline’ illustrates the dangers of ignorance

On Monday, April 24, the Wasserman Cinematheque was filled with professors, students and other members of the community excited to attend the screening of the French film “Louis-Ferdinand Céline.”

Director Emmanuel Bourdieu flew in from Paris to present the film Read More...

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