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Sun doesn’t shine for Judges’ men’s soccer as they fall 2-1

“Not one thing was I happy about today.” Brandeis head coach Mike Coven was nothing short of visibly perturbed following Brandeis’s second straight loss, bowing 2-1 to Bridgewater State at home. “When we lose to… Read More...

Women’s volleyball loses two matches, wins one out of three

The Judges entered the season with questions about depth and over the weekend, left Amherst still dealing with these questions. Playing without injured setter Abby Blasco ’11, recuperating after aggravating her hamstring injury against Tufts,… Read More...

Women’s soccer brief:

Denise Dallamora’s squad extended their winning streak to two games as women’s soccer opened the month of October with a 3-0 blanking of Wellesley. Brandeis took control early and never let go, pummeling Wellesley goalie… Read More...

Spanish artist's newest album transcends language barriers

There’s something odd about listening to music in languages you don’t speak, and you listen intently to the syllables in search of familiar English, even though you know it’s not there. Obviously, throughout the world… Read More...

Move over, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants- skinny jeans are here

I normally wouldn’t do this. I’m a news writer, an editor no less. I write about serious issues, you know, UJ cases, Union elections, guns on campus, Waltham City Council, Mamoon Darwish. But I had… Read More...

Mixing business with laughter

If you have ever found yourself asking questions such as, “I wonder what the CollegeHumor guys do on the weekends?” or “Are the people who work at CollegeHumor funny all the time?” then you should… Read More...

Worst Week brings the new and the old to sitcom format

From the In-Laws to Meet the Parents to Monster-in-Law, Hollywood has dedicated whole films to the dreaded experience of navigating interactions with the in-laws. Now TV is partaking in the trend with the new CBS… Read More...

Union to conduct water bottle poll

The Student Union will conduct a poll beginning today to gauge student opinion regarding the use of plastic water bottles on campus, Union Vice President Adam Hughes ’11 said. “I’m doing a poll because I’ve… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

PCE raises money for diabetes Members of Partners for Civic Engagement, Brandeis’ first living community for first-year students dedicated to community service, are participating in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes this… Read More...
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