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January 2014 Issue

‘Peeping Tom’ a consistent problem in East

This Monday, students in East Quad reported a male individual looking into women’s shower stalls, the third incident of this academic year following two reports in Dec. 2013. The students were informed of the incident by East Quad Community Development Coordinator Stephanie Crane via email. Brandeis Director of Public Safety Edward Callahan sent an email […]

Toughing it out through wintry conditions

Hearing and watching coverage about the devastation in Atlanta and other areas of the South from this past week creates a certain pride for those residing in the Northeast. No, General Sherman has not risen from his grave to march again through Georgia toward the sea, leaving a path of destruction and fire behind him. […]

Campus event spotlights Russian culture and xenophobia

On Tuesday night, LGBT activist and journalist Masha Gessen and Smith College Russian history professor Sergey Glebov led a discussion about xenophobia, a trend that currently dominates society in Russia. Brandeis Russian studies professor and director Irina Dubinina moderated the conversation, which consisted of three segments. Glebov first spoke about various historical and sociological aspects […]

Health center adds nutritionist position

Carolyn Butterworth, MSRDRN (Master of Science, Registered Dietitian and Registered Nurse), was recently added to Brandeis University’s Health Center staff. She has worked in a college setting for the past 17 years and is also employed at Wellesley College and Massachusetts General Hospital in the gastrointestinal (GI) clinic. “I like working with this [collegiate] age […]

Brandeis choral groups celebrate Mozart’s birthday

Even if you don’t listen to classical music, you’ve probably heard of Mozart, who is widely considered one of the most prolific and influential musical composers of all time. Mozart’s music is generally very refined and transparent. As he is from the Classical era, Mozart prescribed the exact pitch, speed, meter, rhythms and musicality on […]

‘Sherlock’ premiere exciting but unsatisfying

Sherlock is so brilliant that the Sherlock fanbase was screaming for more seconds after the British show’s third season finale, which ended on a mind-blowing cliff hanger. It is so unfair that we had to wait an entire year only to watch such a mind-altering ending. Each season is only three episodes long, which helps […]

Finance board inconsistent in funding allotments and regulations

In the wake of frenzied marathon meetings and miscommunications, Brandeis University’s Finance Board has proved themselves inconsistent. Marathon meetings are an expected ritual at the start of every semester, as clubs present their budgets for the semester and try to convince F-Board to accept their proposals in full. But instead of calm and informative meetings, […]

’DEIS Impact to celebrate social justice next week

The third annual ’DEIS Impact will begin on Friday, Jan. 31 at 1 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center Atrium. ’DEIS Impact is a weeklong festival of social justice that celebrates one of the university’s four founding pillars. It is put together through a collaboration between the Student Union and the International Center for Ethics, […]

Can LTS provide an alternative to Macs?

When my computer broke, I was told to use any one of the public computers available. There was one problem: All of them were Macs, and I own a PC. I never intended to transfer to a Mac, so I did not. But why did it seem like I had to? Brandeis technology operates under […]

Bananas; true source of original sin

When I heard that I could write an article about bananas, I was surprised, to say the least. But I knew that I must accept this challenge; I knew that the truth had to be known. You may not know it, but it was actually a banana that Adam and Eve ate from the Garden […]