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NBA early season recap

The NBA season is now several weeks old but it is never too soon to analyze how the season is going. Some teams are unexpectedly floundering while others are surprisingly dominant. … Read More...

Why I Love College Basketball

It is an exciting time of year to be a sports fan, and not just because Im rolling through the playoffs in my Xbox season. The last month brought us the return of both hockey and bas… Read More...

MBasketball season preview

First-year orientation takes place on Labor Day Weekend, but it is the Brandeis mens hoops team that is saying welcome to first-years this November.

Last years young squad ha… Read More...

Swimming notebook

This week saw the womens swimming team go 1 and 1 while the mens swimming team won against both Babson College and Bentley College.

Last Thursday, the womens swimming team defe… Read More...

The Week in Sports

Baseball
Major League Baseball reached an agreement with the Players Union to create a new steroid punishment system. The first offense is a 50 game suspension. The second offens… Read More...

Wsoccer falls to Clark in ECACs

After upsetting the second-seeded University of Southern Maine in the quarterfinals of the ECAC tournament, the Brandeis womens soccer team came into the semifinals looki… Read More...

WBasketball season preview

Five years ago, were one to suggest that Brandeis womens basketball would be a Division Three power, Ill bet that someone would have laughed at you, since from 1992-2… Read More...

Sun Kills Mouse with Tiny City

Every music fan has their individual dream team: a band compiled of their favorite musicians into one massive supergroup. Yet, with the result of a number of actual supergrou… Read More...

Shakespeare, alive and well

Last weekend, Hold Thy Peace rocked Schwartz Auditorium with its production of William Shakespeares classic comedy Twelfth Night, directed by Stacy Lea Horowitz 07 an… Read More...

AWUBY-DUBY-ZUBY-BUBY-WOO!

For as long as I can remember, humans have been reproducing themselves through a well-known biological process known as reproducing themselves. Unfortunately, I cant … Read More...

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