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‘Deis softball team drops third straight

After three straight rain outs, Brandeis softball took the field and picked up where they left off falling flat against Curry 6-0. On top of their April 14 double header sweep at the hands of… Read More...

Men’s baseball consistently inconsistent

The six most recent scheduled Brandeis University baseball games have yet to be played as four of them have been cancelled, and two postponed due to poor weather conditions. The Judges played their last game… Read More...

Errol Morris unveils Abu Gharib documentary at Brandeis

Oscar-winning filmmaker Errol Morris premiered segments of his upcoming documentary SOP: Standard Operating Procedure. The film showed the ordeals of tortured prisoners in Abu Ghraib by telling the stories behind thousands of brutal photographs taken… Read More...

Super slashers for Friday the 13th

Today marks yet another one of those fabled Friday the 13ths– a day that has long been considered unlucky and also one which conjures images of the masked killer of the numerous Friday the 13th… Read More...

Schedule of events for the spring open-house

* 8 to 9 a.m. Registration in Gosman Athletic Center * 9:30 a.m. Welcome * 10 a.m. Presentation: “The Academy at Brandeis” * 10:45 a.m. Forums o Parent Panel o Student Panel o Financial Aid… Read More...

Softball team wins double header

Before the break, captain Cristina McWilliams stated that the offense got going that people would see a different Brandeis softball team. Those were not her words exactly but after the break, it is clear that… Read More...

Israeli activist speaks on peace and human rights

Israeli activist Hana Barag spoke at Brandeis Wednesday, marking the first event sponsored by the new student-run club Students for Peace in Israel and Palestine. Barag is a member of Machsom Watch, a womens human… Read More...

300 comes to the big screen

300, based on the graphic novel by Sin City creator Frank Miller, has its greatest victory not by conquering Persian elephants or barbarian hordes, but by its ability to turn testosterone-soaked camaraderie and combat into… Read More...

Spring concert in review

So it was my first real rap experience. Id been to and hosted freestyle competitions in high school in Chicagoland, but rap as a genre isnt really my thing. So watching Naughty by Nature yell… Read More...

A moment with the Wailers

As an appreciative listener of the fan of the Wailers music, I know that the Wailers carry hope and optimism. The overall message that the Wailers convey is quite an impressive one, one of unity.… Read More...
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