Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: July 18th, 2010

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Category: Years

Last Wednesday, Jonathan Mark of The Jewish Week published an article striking back at the perception that Israel is, even among Jews, losing the respect of the American people that it has enjoyed for so long.  While I try to avoid injecting myself into Israeli political debates as much as possible, I do find it […]

Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: July 16th, 2010

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Category: Years

I’m really impressed with the all the buzz surrounding future Brandeis President Frederick Lawrence, both from his strong biography and academic record and from the glowing words of praise that everyone seems to have for him.  However, all the accolades in the world can’t predict what we’ll actually get once Lawrence takes office on January […]

Author: NathanJRobinson


Posted on: May 31st, 2010

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Category: Years

So the class of 2010 has gone forth into the world, and the Michael Oren issue is now moot. But we should immediately begin discussing next year’s commencement. Supposedly the administration considers nominations for commencement speaker from the class. I suggest we take them up on this, and come up with a few speakers we’d […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: May 25th, 2010

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Category: Years

Congrats to all my lovely senior friends who just graduated. I’m proud of you, I’m excited to see the great things that you’ll do, and I hope to stay in touch. I hear there was a controversial speaker there. I wasn’t at graduation, unfortunately. If you were there, can you enlighten us as to what […]

Author: elly


Posted on: May 23rd, 2010

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Category: Years

Commencement for the Class of 2010 occurred today at 10:30 at the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center.  (Congrats!) We’ve received word that students protesting the choice of Oren as commencement speaker snuck copies of this letter in with the graduation programs, articulating their reasons against Oren speaking. However, a volunteer and Brandeis student says that students […]

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