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.
The New England Journal of Medicine has condemned the FDA for its stance on the Emergency Contraception pill, otherwise known as EC.
The Justice Editorial Board would like to say goodbye to our four graduating seniors. We wish congratulations to them and thank them for their time on the board during their Brandeis careers.
Seldom, if ever, does the Justice recognize a single member of a graduating class, other than the class president, for having a tremendous impact on the Brandeis community.
In 1952, Brandeis decided to dedicate 10 days during the Spring semester to highlight and celebrate the students and professors who specialized in the creative arts.
After the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and the creation the Department of Homeland Security, international students began to be monitored by a national tracking system known as the Student Exchange Visitor Information System, or SEVIS.
We would like to extend our congratulations to President elect of the Student Union Mark Schlangel '05.