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Where everybody knows your order

If you consider your last date at Usdan the opposite of romance, think again. Jane Bellan Flood, 61, met her husband Mike Flood during a coffee break for Usdan employees and custodi… Read More...

Res Life DeCapua discusses gender neutral housing options for Fall

On Thursday night, Director of Residence Life Richard DeCapua officially announced that next fall gender neutral housing will be available for sophomores and upperclassmen.

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Crystal bus hit by Jeep

A Brandeis Crystal Bus returning from Boston was hit by a car the evening of Friday April, 4. The accident happened at approximately 9 p.m. No one was injured as a result of the crash.… Read More...

Men’s, Women’s Track begin seasons at Stonehill Skyhawk Track and Field Invitational

The Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams opened up their spring season this past Saturday as they competed at the Stonehill Skyhawk Track and Field Invitational. The weath… Read More...

Men’s Baseball defeats Tufts, loses slugfest with WPI

Brandeis baseball went through a busy burst of baseball, with two road games back to back. It was a chance for boom and bust, and they ended up walking out of it with a “boust” if yo… Read More...

Riley, Ewing, Olajuwon, four others elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

This past Monday, the Basketball Hall of Fame announced seven new members to be inducted this September. The cast of the seven to be enshrined may be one of the deepest in recent memo… Read More...

Softball sweeps pair of doubleheaders, allows three runs in four games


Hall of Fame baseball manager Earl Weaver famously eschewed small ball in favor of “Mr. Longball”, the home run. In their most recent home match up, the Brandeis Judges softba… Read More...

NHL playoff preview: Bruins face daunting task against top seed Canadians

It’s April, which means it’s time for warmer weather and sunny skies. Well, everywhere but in 16 arenas in North America, where the hockey season is getting colder for the play… Read More...

Prospect II gives students chance to appreciate art

The annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts kicked off last Wednesday evening with Prospect II. This was the second of two exhibitions held this semester showcasi… Read More...

City of Angels: No place for the ordinary

Director Aaron Arbiter ’10 appropriately ended his note from the director in the City of Angels program saying, “This is no ordinary musical, so please sit back and enjoy … Read More...

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