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Ambassador discusses South Africa’s future

02150801.jpgSouth African Ambassador to the United States Welile Nhlapo spoke Monday for the Ruth First Memorial Lecture. Ambassador Nhlapo’s lecture, entitled “South Africa’s Tim… Read More...

Senate, E-board at budget standstill

Despite weeks of debate and revisions, the Student Union Senate postponed a decision over its fourth budget proposal on Sunday.

The Senate cited the lack of specific committee fu… Read More...

Off-campus senator campaign continues, Ludevig wins Union Judiciary race

According to the Union Chief of Elections, Neal Ludevig ’08 won Tuesday’s election for Justice of the Union Judiciary, while the election for Senator for Off-Campus student… Read More...

Brandeis Mock Trial wins first gold bid to national tournament

02150807.jpgBrandeis Mock Trial received its first bid to the Gold National Mock Trial Tournament at last weekend’s regional tournament at Boston University.

Mock Trial has earned silver … Read More...

Exploring the ocean: Brandeis SCUBA club takes students to new depths

02150804.jpgImagine a world in which you aren’t limited by gravity. You can move on any axis, in any direction, with minimal effort. Imagine a world where you see the strangest creature float … Read More...

Brandeis Republicans: the right side of ‘Deis on Super Tuesday

It’s 9 p.m. in East Quad’s airport lounge. The Phillips T.V. is blaring FOX news, and Karl Rove is the guest analyst. Six to seven Brandeis students are sitting around, watchin… Read More...

Men’s Basketball hitting its stride

02150809.jpgBrandeis Men’s Basketball solidified its hold on a possible NCAA berth, narrowly escaping Emory 90-85 in overtime and crushing Case-Western 88-57 last week.

The Judges opene… Read More...

Women’s B-ball splits games before critical stretch

02150808.jpgBrandeis Women’s Basketball enters the home stretch of the season in a very precarious position – if the Judges want to have even a prayer at the NCAA’s, they have to win this w… Read More...

NBA Review at the break

By the All-Star break four years ago, Byron Scott had been ousted as coach of the New Jersey Nets by Jason Kidd and Doc Rivers had been fired as coach of the Orlando Magic. This year, Ki… Read More...

Valentine’s Classic not all roses for Judges

The Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams had mixed results last weekend competing at Boston University. The St. Valentine’s Day Classic is one of the most competitive me… Read More...

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