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Pro athletes featured attraction at Brandeis sports show

Patriots Day is officially April 18th. For the Brandeis/Waltham community Patriots Day was this past Sunday at Gosman Arena. Current and former Patriots players including Ty Warren, Vince Wilfork, Roosevelt Colvin and Doug Flutie were… Read More...

Ballroom Dancers rock MITs Rockwell Cage

Art and sport were merged potently together at the 2005 MIT Open Ballroom Dance held April 2nd & 3rd, 2005 at Rockwell Gymnasium on MITs campus in Cambridge, MA. In a two day dance off… Read More...

Gospel Extravaganza leaves some in tears

Good news! You passed your midterm. Good news! She said yes. Good news! Your dad made it through surgery; hes going to be fine. How did you feel when you last heard really good news?… Read More...

VERBATIM

The following e-mail was sent to Union President Jenny Feinberg07 by Joshua Louis Simon 07 regarding IPTV. It is presented here without comment. I dont know if this is a valid concern, or if it… Read More...

Popes Brandeis ties

On April 2, 2005, 9:37 PM Pope John Paul II died after a long struggle with Parkinsons Disease. Born into humble circumstances in 1920 as Koral Wojtyla, he had risen from being an unknown priest… Read More...

GOLDSTEIN: Justice theatre reviews insulting, poorly written

I dont envy the position of the arts critics here at Brandeis; those who choose to write for The Justice, or more recently, The Hoot, about the many theatre and music events on campus have… Read More...

LETTER: A More Perfect survey? Not quite.

I was recently contacted and asked to participate in a survey on club funding for the Student Union AMP Task Force. As I read the very first question, I felt that the survey was already… Read More...

SMR system changed

The Union Senate changed the Senate Money Request (SMR) system in a by-law passed by a vote of 12 to five at the March 20 Senate meeting. Previously, any club or person who needed funding… Read More...

LE: Students bring smiles to Vietnamese poor

This past Christmas and New Year season, the lives of 280 poor Vietnamese children have been touched by endless efforts, love and financial support from Brandeis in many ways. Bring yourself to Vietnam, the beautiful… Read More...

Conservative coming out week

Like many small, liberal-arts colleges in the Northeast, a majority of Brandeis students are liberal Democrats. However, this week is Conservative Coming-Out Week, featuring a series of events designed to bolster awareness that Brandeis has… Read More...
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