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Proposal to change USEM, UWS

A faculty committee established to review the current University Seminar in Humanistic Inquiries (USEM) program has proposed several substantial changes to the program.

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The Red Sox lost…and thats okay with me.

If youre a Yankees fan, theres really no need to rub it in. I know the deal. We lost. We were swept, no lessthree in a row. Couldnt even survive the first series. I know;

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The spirit of Yom Kippur Forgiveness? I think not!

Many members of the Brandeis community approached me last week asking for forgiveness, with the dramatic day of Yom Kippur coming on the horizon. For my non-Jewish friends in … Read More...

Mi Tierra – a kick of Central American Cuisine

Now that youve found a high-quality Chinese/Asian restaurant, its time to move on to something a bit different: Guatemalan food. How do you even decide where to go for Guatema… Read More...

Rochester pours it on against Judges

Last Saturday, in their second of four consecutive games against nationally ranked opponents, the Brandeis Womens soccer team allowed a late goal and fell to the Univer… Read More...

In the beauty of the lilies

This is for those who serve. It merits perennial reflection by all of us who enjoy a thing called freedom, something as vital as air itself, yet just as easy to overlook. For … Read More...

Whats in your kitchen?

I can bet that youre probably not keeping the adorable Bradley Cooper and his rag-tag team of chefs in your kitchen cabinet. And thats where youre wrong. Because Foxs new fall show&… Read More...

Give into peer pressure and give blood

October 20th is just around the corner, and I dont know about you, but to me, only one thing comes to mind: The Waltham Blood Drive. The severely anemic among us, my… Read More...

NFL Week 5 recap

Finally, things are beginning to even out in the NFL The Green Bay Packers had an impressive offensive showing against the New Orleans Saints, and the previously undefea… Read More...

118 PCs, so far, booted off network for AIM virus

118 computers have been shut off the network due to infections known as botnets over Instant Messenger as of Oct. 12. According to UNET systems administrator Elliot Kendall, … Read More...

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