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3 students hospitalized after Modfest

Three students who attended the semi-annual Modfest party Saturday night were hospitalized for symptoms of excessive alcohol consumption.

[The] three people were sent [to the … Read More...

Abdullah advisor speaks to The Hoot about joining NEJS faculty

Come fall of 2006, Brandeis will welcome Dr. Joseph Lumbard into the Near Eastern and Judaic Studies department as a fulltime professor of Islamic Studies. Dr. Lumbard comes … Read More...

Linguistics proposal passes

The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) has provisionally approved a recent proposal for the restructuring of the undergraduate Linguistics major entitled Language an… Read More...

Swim team staying afloat

Last Saturday the annual Michael Zarrilli Memorial Meet took place at Brandeis. The mens swim team competed against Clark University and Gordon College in ten relays and two divi… Read More...

Wsoccer on home stretch

After a tough stretch of losses against nationally ranked opponents, the Brandeis womens soccer team finally managed to put another win onto their record with a 1-0 victory o… Read More...

Hockeys Future On Ice

The Brandeis club hockey team is relatively unknown, despite their incredible late-season run of success last year. After being crowned NESHL league champions last season… Read More...

NFL Week 7 recap

It was yet another exciting week in the NFL with many close games among some of the top teams. The New York Giants narrowly upset the Broncos 24-23 with a last second Eli Manning touch… Read More...

Wvolleyball spiked in Amherst

Two weeks ago, Brandeis had a difficult tournament in St. Louis and suffered a crushing home loss to Tufts. Heading into the Amherst hall of fame tournament, the goal of th… Read More...

MSoccer cant swallow pride

The mens soccer team suffered a devastating 4-2 road loss to Springfield College, leaving them on the outside looking in for a spot in the ECAC tournament. Forward Matt Aucoin … Read More...

NBA season preview

Last season the NBA featured a full-fledged brawl, a championship going to the Spurs, and the MVP going to a Canadian, Steve Nash, for the first time. The off-sea… Read More...

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