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April Fool: Subway restaurant to be opened in Village space

Student Union officials announced that Brandeis will open its own Subway restaurant in an unused space near the Village. According to officials, this decision comes after last years student poll, which gave several options with… Read More...

‘Deis Board

March 28 Softball v. Lasell L 0-9 Baseball v. Salve-Regina L 2-6 MTennis v. Babson W 8-1 March 27 Softball at Wellesley L 0-2 Baseball at Wheaton L 1-2 WTennis at Babson W 5-4 March… Read More...

Men’s tennis suffers set back in loss to Tufts

Brandeis mens tennis suffered a set back but then a bounce back as the team responded to a 5-2 loss at the hands of regional rival Tufts University but were able to pull together and… Read More...

Women’s softball suffers two straight shut-outs: 2-0, 9-0

Simon and Garfunkel once sang that home is where loves lies waiting silently for me. They certainly didnt have the Brandeis softball in mind as they have dropped two straight at home to Wellesley and… Read More...

Fencing teams both achieve high degrees of success

Both the mens and womens fencing teams sent athletes to compete in the NCAA championship meet this weekend held at Drew University in New Jersey. Brandeis took 18th place of the 28 teams present at… Read More...

Baseball team making history

This years Brandeis University Judges baseball team is making history through stellar play and accomplishments. Five players were honored by being placed on the University Athletic Association (UAA) All-Conference team. Catcher Artie Posch 10, in… Read More...

Pleasant but shallow in The Namesake

Director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) has released another film about the Indian-American experience, this time about Gogol (Harold and Kumars Kal Penn), the son of immigrant parents (Tabu and Irfan Kahn) who struggles with his… Read More...

April Fool: Housing selection corruption leads to second selection in May

This months Housing Lottery selection, which hit an unprecedented 1787, was allegedly corrupted by student hackers, say sources within the Department of Residence Life. Because of the damage done to the lottery process, Residence Life… Read More...
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