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Brandeis Fires Men’s Basketball Coach Following Allegations of Discrimination

Brandeis University has fired its men’s basketball coach, Brian Meehan, in the wake of complaints of racially insensitive and nepotistic behavior. Several anonymous players told […]

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Brandeis Evacuated after Emailed Threats

  Update: The campus re-opened just before 5 p.m. Wednesday, and the school says it’s set to “resume normal operations” Thursday. Brandeis campus has been re-opened […]

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Where Did Boston Schools Rank in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Colleges?

Gather ’round everyone, for U.S. News & World Report has released its 2017 Best Colleges ranking, and there is much trash-talking to be had with the […]

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How Much Do Debt-Strapped Graduates of Boston’s Universities Make?

Somewhere in between the 239th bowl of microwave ramen and the eighth rat darting through the illegal attic apartment in Allston, a college student in […]

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See Where Massachusetts Universities Rank in U.S. News’s Best Colleges List

U.S. News and World Report released its 2016 “Best Colleges” rankings Wednesday, with Massachusetts colleges and universities predictably well-represented. There was little movement within the top 10, […]

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Brandeis Student Receives Threats for Tweets About NYC Police Shooting

A Brandeis University student has received death threats from people across the country after she posted a series of tweets in response to the killings […]

Arts & Entertainment

Chris Burden’s ‘Light of Reason’ Heralds a New Season at Rose Art Museum

Prior to 2008, the main entrance to the LA County Museum of Art (LACMA) looked much like other museums of its caliber. This is noted with […]

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Former New York Times Executive Editor Won’t Be at Brandeis Commencement

Recently fired New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson will not attend a commencement ceremony at Brandeis University this weekend, where she was supposed to receive […]