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Men’s basketball faces a series of player departures

Following their season in which the Brandeis basketball team finished with eight wins and 16 losses, several members of the team announced that they would not be continuing to play for the program, including star forward Jordan Cooper ’18.

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DCL stands for ‘Doesn’t claim liability’

The Department of Community Living has a problem with accountability.

Every year, Brandeis’ housing lottery claims new victims. The process is a stressful one, especially with the recent reduction in housing due to the demolition of the Castle. It would Read More...

Understanding ADHD and the associated medication

While it is typical of the college experience to procrastinate, be unable to concentrate or be restless when the time comes to focus on a necessary task, millions of young adults undergo these daily experiences on a chronic level, as Read More...

Sundeis a night of innovative, hysterical, gripping films

Brandeis Television (BTV) showcased 19 student-made films in its film festival, dubbed Sundeis, on the evening of Thursday, April 20. Sundeis, held in the Wasserman Cinematheque, screened works under four categories: Experimental, Sci-Fi, Comedy and Drama. Each film offered something Read More...

On better birth control options

The birth control pill is falling out of favor. This is happening for several reasons. Firstly, the pill is high maintenance, demanding that patients remember to take the pill at the exact same time every single day. Also, recent viral Read More...

Three professors awarded for excellence in teaching

Three professors received awards for excellence in teaching at a faculty meeting on Friday, April 21. The professors were primarily chosen through student nominations, and the Dean’s Office of Arts and Sciences presented the awards.

Adrianne Krstansky (TA) joined the Read More...

Prof. Conrad’s take on biomedical enhancements

Prof. Conrad of the sociology department at Brandeis has extensively studied and published on the topic of the medicalization of society, particularly the sociology of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and how it can affect college students.

Conrad said that Read More...

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...

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...

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...

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