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Debate team goes to nationals

The Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society (BADASS) will send eight students to the American Parliamentary Debate Associations (APDA) National Championships. The three-day competition is the final tournament of the season, and will be held… Read More...

Brandeis tennis victorious for fourth straight time

While many Brandeis students went home over break, the mens and womens tennis teams had a long week of competitions. The men most recently competed against Salve Regina, taking the day in a close 5-to-4… Read More...

Strange but true

McDonald's disgruntled over definition of “McJob”: According to the Oxford English dictionary, the definition of “McJob” is “an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects, esp. one created by the expansion of the service sector.” McDonald's… Read More...

Millie: A thoroughly enjoyable show

This past weekend Hillel Theatre Group produced Thoroughly Modern Millie to great success. Playing to a packed house, the cast of Millie generated great laughs and joy through buoyant performances. The story follows the traditional… Read More...

From rags to riches

Are you sick of watching shows about people who are naturally rich? Do you ever wonder how to live the American Dream? FXs new show, The Riches, shows you how to take the American Dream… Read More...

Hail Caesar! Free Play triumphs again

Last weekend, Shakespeares Julius Caesar, under the direction of Sam Zelitch 09, opened in Shiffman 219, making that classroom the third nontraditional theatrical space used by the Free Play Theatre Cooperative in just five productions.… Read More...

Van Wilder rises again

Remember the good old days when you were taught life lessons by the great Van Wilder about how to stay in college for about seven years and how to throw the best parties on campus?… Read More...

Two decades since local Boston band started their wave of mutilation

Modest Mouse just released its latest album this March. The album, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, immediately hit the Billboard Top 200 charts. The band's impressive chart performance has been yet another… Read More...

Table Tennis Society: Up the creek with a paddle

As yet another ball shot off the ping pong table and whizzed passed my ear, I recalled what I had foolishly bragged to friend just a little earlier: When it comes to ping pong, Im… Read More...

X-Lot construction sparks parking concerns

In addition to other construction projects scheduled to take place at Brandeis soon, a plan to begin construction on a new parking garage where X-lot is currently located is sparking concern regarding on-campus parking for… Read More...
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