Mironda Heston, 24, who graduated last May with a Master's degree in Sustainable International Development from the Heller School, died last Tuesday from Dengue fever, a rare mosquito-borne disease she contracted while serving as a relief worker in Haiti.
Once upon a time, more than just coffee brewed at Cholmondeley's, our friendly campus java joint.
The Justice Editorial Board would like to recognize the hard work of all the facilities workers who helped clean up over 850 gallons of water that poured into Ziv 130 and Ziv 129 during the last few weeks.
Given its namesake, one would assume Brandeis University would conduct as many programs as possible with the highest levels of equity and justice.
The trend of administrators unexpectedly, and, perhaps bitterly, departing Brandeis has gone unnoticed for far too long.
This past Friday and Saturday evenings, Waltham police officers went door-to-door to many off-campus student houses threatening arrests if noise complaint calls were made later in the night.
For some time, the financial services giant Citigroup has produced a widely-acclaimed series of seriocomic advertisements about identity theft in which an unlucky person speaks with the voice of an identity thief.
"Here, we are comfortable," Mohammed Ismail told an Associated Press reporter Wednesday from Abu Shouk, a squalid refugee camp in northern Darfur.
As Brandeis' only student-run television station, BTV65 promises movies, student-made television shows and commercials of on-campus clubs and groups to the student body.
Aramark's Balance station-the brainchild of our conscientious nutritionist Laura O'Gara-has garnered both approving nods from students and some good press in The Wall Street Journal.