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Lending a charitable hand

If Michael Jordan could enjoy a good pampering manicure, why shouldn’t a member of Brandeis’ male population do the same? Who knows, it could just be the reason he dunked so many hoops, right? When… Read More...

It’s all Greek to me!

For some people, foreign language meant the requisite Spanish or French begrudgingly taken in high school: hola and Bonjour, adios and au revoir. Special occasions are marked by tortillas and crepes courtesy of the kindly… Read More...

Gray encourages community involvement

Student Union President Jason Gray ’10 challenged student clubs to develop a community service component for their organizations at his State of the Union address on Monday in Rapaporte Treasure Hall. “For example, the debate… Read More...

Never Looking Back: Judges Open Season with 67-54 win

The WPI Engineers won the opening tip-off of the 2008-09 season opener but that would be the only victory for them as Brandeis turned a first half shooting gallery proved to be enough to overcome… Read More...

Laser-like shooting dooms Judges in opener 66-68

Four Brandeis Judges reached double digits in scoring but it was not enough to overcome Lasell’s 12 three pointers as they dropped the season opener in a 66-68 upset. Steve Deluca GRAD showed little sign… Read More...

Women’s XC finish season strong, Men’s team headed to nationals

Traveling three hours to Williams College this past weekend, the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Teams had great showings at the New England Regional Cross Country competition. The course was muddy and hilly leading to… Read More...

Team of champions: A personal view of rugby successes

On October 26, 2008 Brandeis Men’s Rugby ended the Season the way it started it. We hit hard and played hard. We left everything on the field: our sweat, and our blood, but there were… Read More...

Gypsy: Just another song and dance?

There were two stars in the Tympanium Euphorium production of Gypsy, and boy, were both needed. Mind you, this is a very strange play, chronicling a mother’s desire for her daughter June (and later, her… Read More...

The remarkable thing about Mela

The remarkable thing about Mela is people from eight different countries—Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan–come together as South Asians to create a beautiful illustration of their culture, the masterpiece that we… Read More...

Book review: After film, Namesake the novel exceeds expectations

I am definitely the kind of person who, when I see a good movie that was adapted from a novel, finds and reads the original book. I’ve done this with various movies, such as Atonement,… Read More...
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