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OSTROWSKY: For Patriots, its all about defending their title

They have walked off the gridiron victorious in 34 of their last 38 (meaningful) contests. They are perfect (8-0) in the post season under the realm of head coach Bill Belichick. In the past three years they have been able … Read More...

Brandeis receives $10 million in gifts

Two major gifts in support of faculty development were announced Thursday by University President Jehuda Reinharz. The Kay Fellows Fund will bring young postdoctoral scholars to campus for two-year appointments in interdisciplinary programs. The Norman Faculty Support Fund will fund … Read More...

FICTION: Beads: Suitcase

She waited, leaned back against the ticket counter of a particular airline she chose at length, watched the long lines moving slowly, all in silence. From her vantage point she could see almost the entire main entrance of the airport. … Read More...

Achievement award winners announced

Winners of the first anual Brandeis achievement award were announced Jan. 31 through letters received by the applicants. A selection committee consisting of students and staff chose ten winners to receive a $5,000 renwable scholarship from 121 applicants.

The application … Read More...

Art exhibit at Womens Studies Research Center debuts to positive reviews

The Womens Studies Research Center saw the opening of its new installation in its Kniznick Gallery Wednesday night. Although the works have been up for viewing for some time, the reception marked the official opening, and the artists, three Brandeis … Read More...

Shopping for classes can be fun

The moans and groans of returning to academic life after settling back into the comfortable ennui of home were accompanied by confusion for students wondering what classes to take this semester.

Brandeiss shopping period policy, wherein students are encouraged to … Read More...

FICTION: Beads

Airport, please.

Great.

The taxi was small as far as cars went, in general. With her suitcase in the seat beside her, the tiny car reminded her more of a cage, and she, a helpless animal trapped in boots and … Read More...

PERSPECTIVE: Inauguration evokes passions

This past Wednesday brought forth two strong and contrasting beliefs of mine: I am a leftist Democrat (although on the Brandeis political spectrum, Im a little closer to the center) and I revere the office of the Presidency. Before the … Read More...

COLUMN: Democrats are not the only ones who want peace

When people asked me if I was going to Inauguration with Students for Peace, I really didnt know what to say. I am a conservative Republican, yet I am also a student for peace. In fact, my love of peace … Read More...

Double jeopardy: Brandeis grad knows all the right questions

Do you know the questions to the following answers? A) Syrians enjoy a drink called Arak, a strong liquor made from anise and this vined fruit. B) This TV show features the characters Tad Martin, Brooke English, and Erica Kane. … Read More...

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