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Volleyball spikes Lasell

At home and slightly hobbling with one starter injured, captain Shannon Trees 08, the Judges were more than a match for the Lasell Lasers, who really had no answer to the Judges onslaught. Missing three… Read More...

Athlete of the Week

Mike Snyder and the entire Brandeis womens backfield starters were honored with the UAA Athlete of the Week Awards. Snyder was honored for his offensive outburst during the Judges final two home games. After scoring… Read More...

This week in sports

Baseball Minnesota Twins P Francisco Liriano left rehab and will likely undergo surgery. The Red Sox signed P Mike Timlin to a one year contract. Joe Girardi took himself out of consideration for manager of… Read More...

Conservation efforts: AMST 191 works to protect Sachar Woods

As part of a classroom initiated project, students from Professor Laura Goldins course Greening the Ivory Tower (AMST 191b), planted blueberry bushes behind the Sachar International Center in an attempt to slow erosion and preserve… Read More...

Admin. announces newest housing plan

The administration announced Oct. 13 that Ridgewood Quad would likely be destroyed in spring 2007 to make space for two to three new residence halls. Also proposed are a new dining establishment situated in the… Read More...

Union bringing “Purple Rain”

The Student Union has scheduled an event for October 20th entitled Purple Rain, after the 1984 film and soundtrack created by Prince. The event is to be held on the Great Lawn, and will be… Read More...

Campus goes dark Thursday evening

Thursday evening, portions of campus lost electrical power for roughly ninety minutes. The areas affected were: the Shapiro Campus Center, the Science Center, the North Academic Quad, the North Residence Quad, Kutz, Goldfarb, Rosenthal Quad,… Read More...

Free Theatre Cooperative denied charter

A bid to charter the newly-formed Free Play Theatre Cooperative (FPTC) was defeated Sunday after more than two hours of discussion, Union officials said. The final vote was 9-8 against the proposal. The Unions decision… Read More...

Breakin it down at the Main Event

What beams with the pride of flags waving, educates us in rhyme and verse, and pulses with tangos yearning? What commands with flamencos exquisite urgency; rivals salsas exuberant joy; and curses loudly with the desperation… Read More...

HIV testing coming to the health center

The Health Center will be offering HIV testing the week of the 23rd of October. According to Kathleen Maloney, Nurse Practitioner and Administrator of the Health Center, HIV testing has been in the works for… Read More...
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