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NFL Draft round-up: Dolphins take Jake Long, Kansas City Chiefs deemed successful, and rookie quarterbacks could play big role

Last weekend, the National Football League held its annual draft, the yearly player selection process that determines which team acquires the rights to sign each rookie player. … Read More...

Baseball with 20 hits, 17 runs in six inning defeat of Albertus Magnus


Football left Brandeis nearly five decades ago. That didn’t stop Coach Pete Varney’s baseball squad from putting up a football-like score when the Brandeis Judges needed on… Read More...

Student takes class project to the next level


The Heller School for Social Policy and Management hosted the second screening of Before Sunrise, a short film by Mohammad Kundos ’10 who also composed the music for the film. Th… Read More...

Serving up some humor

This past Tuesday, the comedic Brandeisians came together again for a third installment of Slice and ‘Deis. “The Finals Countdown” opened with a parody of th… Read More...

Got Talent?


On April 30 2008, the season finale of Brandeis Got Talents was shot live in Shapiro Theater. The final five contestants, were Etta King ’10, Lisa Fitzgerald ’10, Nic… Read More...

Sarah Marshall is unforgettable


While tabloids usually focus on the celebrity component of a Hollywood love triangle, Forgetting Sarah Marshall follows the underdog, as he attempts to recover from a breakup wi… Read More...

Nick Cave: Still scary after all these years


Nick Cave is not the sort of person you’d want to meet in a dark alley at night. As a matter of fact, I’m not even sure you’d want to associate with the pugnacious Aussie in the mid… Read More...

After 17 years of service, Community Service Director Diane Hannan says goodbye to Brandeis


What brought Community Service Director Diane Hannan to her current job? Chalk it up to serendipity if you ask her. But a move to Boston 20 years ago and a chance posting for the posit… Read More...

More than just a tour group:

It has been almost three years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, and as 18 members of National Collegiate Volunteers’ (NCV) second trip to New Orleans saw, the are… Read More...

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