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Sports Roundtable: Superbowl ’08 Preview

[QUICKTIME wp-content/uploads/sportstable012508.mp3 250 46 false true] *Download* (12.29MB) Super Bowl/ AFC, NFC Championship discussion with Max Shay, Pat Garofalo and Andy Meyers. Edited by Andy Meyers.… Read More...

Alumni presence indicates Track team’s appeal

Evaluating sports programs is not always as easy as it seems, especially at the Division III collegiate level. Athletic directors across the country are faced with making difficult decisions with regards to hiring their coaching… Read More...

Women’s B-ball can’t handle Yellowjackets

The Brandeis Women’s Basketball team’s NCAA hopes took another hit as they finished their two game road trip with a brutal loss to Rochester 77-61 on Sunday. The loss came after Brandeis picked up its… Read More...

Women’s Track wins Reggie Poyau meet

With alumni, friends, and family watching, the Men and Women’s Track and Field teams competed this past Saturday at home. The Reggie Poyau Memorial Meet consisted of 11 teams on the Men’s side of the… Read More...

Senior VP responds to Union protest of SE funding decision

Senior Vice President of Students and Enrollment Jean Eddy sent an explanatory e-mail Jan. 18 to the student body regarding her decision to allow Students Event direct access to the Student Events Fee following a… Read More...

Cleaning blurs with sport during Extreme Ironing

More often than not, people don’t enjoy taking out their ironing board, waiting for the iron to warm up, and spending countless minutes attempting to get rid of any wrinkles. What then, one may truly… Read More...

VOCAL 2008 uses poetry to promote social change

Do actions really speak louder than words? Maybe not, if Saturday night’s spoken-word benefit concert, which used words to promote social activism, is any indicator. The concert, aptly named VOCAL 2008: Speaking Up for the… Read More...

MLK Day becomes a four-day celebration

It’s not easy celebrating the life of someone as well known and influential as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Maybe that’s why more than ten campus organizations, joined together to organize the third annual MLK… Read More...

Blood is brilliant

Paul Thomas Anderson has never made a perfect movie. He has made three spectacular, if decidedly flawed, films. Boogie Nights was the epic, stylish saga of the 70s porn industry. Magnolia was a meditation on… Read More...

A way to be good again

This winter movie season, we were lucky enough to see two phenomenal novels adapted into films. Atonement and The Kite Runner provide readers with multi-layered characters living with and learning from past actions. Both use… Read More...
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