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Over lunch, students and professors learn the truth about each other

During the last conversation with her advisor, David Cunningham, SOC, Kimberlee Bachman ’08 discussed chocolate and baseball because “they are two topics that I enjoy … Read More...

So what are the Sakharov Archives?


If one looks closely at the floor diagrams on the walls of Goldfarb 1, the area of the library currently occupied by the Brandeis University Women’s Committee is labeled “Sakh… Read More...

With seniors leaving, some clubs find themselves endangered


Ben Douglas ’08 knows all about what it feels like to watch a club wither away and disappear. He’s seen it too many times, as a member of Digital Arts Club, Pirate Club, and, hopef… Read More...

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Mandy Carter discusses activism and identity

Nobel Peace Prize nominee Mandy Carter gave a short speech followed by an informal discussion with students on coalition building, activism on campus, and her experience as an Af… Read More...

Committee recommends ceiling for ticket charges

Sunday April 13, the Free Admissions Policy Review Committee released a report regarding this semester’s free admissions policy to events funded by F-board. Union Treasurer … Read More...

Journalist Gelbspan addresses reality of climate change

In Earthfest’s concluding event, journalist and environmental advocate Ross Gelbspan discussed his perspective on climate change. In front of a small crowd in Lown Auditori… Read More...

Brandeis alum Nelson Figueroa ‘96 returns to the major leagues, picks up victory for the Mets


As the reporters filed out of what was once the locker room of the New York Jets in the underbelly of Shea Stadium, victorious New York Mets pitcher Nelson Figueroa ’96 sat with his … Read More...

Brandeis Softball dominates MIT in doubleheader sweep

What a difference a year makes. After spending last year escaping from the mire surrounding the fall out of former coach Mary Sullivan’s dismissal and adjusting to a new coach in … Read More...

NBA playoff look: Dominant Celtics with strong chance to win Championship

This Saturday, the wait is over. The NBA playoffs begin. This year there are many questions. Which team will come out of the strong West? Is this the year of Kobe? Is it time to end a 20+ … Read More...

Men’s tennis falls to MIT

Falling victim to a sweep in doubles play left the Brandeis Judges men’s tennis squad at the mercy of visiting MIT. They did not get a reprieve as the Engineers left Judges on the lo… Read More...

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