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Freshman swimmer breaks two school records

Angela Chui ’12 broke two school records in her first collegiate dual match even though the Brandeis women’s swim team were outmanned and easily defeated by visiting Boston C… Read More...

Men’s soccer ends skid, picks up first victory in eight matches

Men’s soccer snapped their seven game winless streak surpassing Springfield College on a chilly Wednesday night, 2-0.

“To be honest with you,” Coach Mike Coven said after … Read More...

Red Sox fans abandon team

Last week, the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the defending champion Boston Red Sox in a dramatic 7 game ALCS. The Rays set a playoff record with 16 home runs in a series, shattering Boston… Read More...

Signs of a real champion

It’s been an amazing year for Brandeis Rugby so far. It’s been one of sadness at losing some of the remarkable seniors who have kept this club sport at Brandeis going so strong an… Read More...

Golf team up to par

Brandeis golf concluded the fall season with a 32 stroke turnaround at the two day New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) championships, improving on a 29th place … Read More...

Say Aloha to Aloha

If you would like to know what Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls is about, you’re reading the wrong review. Trying to stick to the obscure plot line of the play is not only a dizzying endea… Read More...

It’s better to burn out than to fade away

We all go through phases in college. For some of us, they take the form of über collegiate athletics like ultimate frisbee or lacrosse. For others, they come as later regretted fas… Read More...

Observations on the man with an oddly shaped head:

I am not a fan of Carson Daly. However, that sentence alone would suggest that I dislike the guy, which is in fact not entirely the truth.

In my television viewing lifetime, I have rea… Read More...

“The Tuesday Stack”

It occurred to me, as I straightened the stack of Tuesday newspapers, that Tuesdays are boring days. They lack the hardship of Mondays, the ‘over the hump’ feeling of Wednesda… Read More...

Comparing English and American

Besides its obvious ties to England, American English is most definitely not the same language as the English spoken in the United Kingdom. I’ve heard that before, but it wasn… Read More...

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