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Univ. settles Kalman suit

Brandeis University officials have reached a settlement with Sumner Kalman, who sued the university last May because it intended to demolish the 53-year-old science building named after his great uncle, Julius Kalman. Sumner Kalman’s suit… Read More...

2009: A Rose Recap

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Something Brandeis, something bleu

The sun flooded through the stained glass windows of Saint Pierre de Montmartre early that July morning. The weather – cool and sunny – was perfect. The church – picturesque. The backdrop – ideal. Outside,… Read More...

Looking to score: Women’s soccer

After ending the 2008 season on a very high note with a victory in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England championship, the Brandeis women’s soccer team is looking to continue their… Read More...

Men’s Cross Country

Coach John Evans will be leading the team for his sixth season this year. The men finished 20th at Nationals in 2008 and are hoping to do even better this season. In addition to six… Read More...

Men’s Soccer

The men’s soccer team finished last season at 8-9-2 overall and are looking to improve their stats this season. Joining the men as head coach will be Coach Michael Coven, entering his 37th year in… Read More...

Women’s Cross Country

The women’s Cross Country team, like the men’s, will be coached by John Evans. “The women will really surprise people this year,” Coach Evans predicted. “While unranked in the pre-season poll, I think we have… Read More...

Tennis

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams had their first practice Thursday afternoon. Coach Ben Lamanna is in charge of both squads and has been at Brandeis for the past five seasons. Alexis Accomando will… Read More...

Pigs didn’t fly, but swine flu (or How I spent my summer vacation)

Salvation! Or so I wanted to proclaim as I dashed out of my final-final last semester and into the crisp pre-summer air. I was experiencing that remarkable lightness only students feel at the end of… Read More...

This review for humans only: Classified report of “District 9”

Can someone explain to me why a flick about extraterrestrials invading South Africa has more humanity in it than most recent homo sapien-centric Hollywood heartstring pullers? “District 9” is this summer’s unlikely science fiction hit… Read More...
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