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Men’s basketball earns No. 22 pre-season national ranking

The men’s basketball team, currently ranked 22nd in the nation by d3hoops.com, will look to start off where they left off last year.

After finishing with an 18-9 record and makin… Read More...

Portugal and France advance, but not without controversy

Portugal played last Wednesday against Bosnia-Herzegovina, and won 1-0 in Bosnia. In order to get to Wednesday’s match, they had a difficult journey. The team was originally p… Read More...

Women’s basketball takes first two games of the season

The Judges opened up the season with two straight wins on the road, taking down the WPI Engineers on Sunday by 34 points and the Babson College Beavers on Tuesday by 10. Brandeis is ra… Read More...

Women’s soccer falls in Eastern College Athletic Conference finals

The women’s soccer team ended their season on Sunday with a loss in the ECAC finals to the Keene State Owls. The Judges went down in penalty kicks after regulation and overtime fai… Read More...

Oz calls upon Israelis and Palestinians to come together

Israeli novelist Amos Oz spoke about the need for compromise between Israelis and Palestinians at Hassenfeld Conference Center Sunday night in a lecture sponsored by the Schust… Read More...

Going goo-goo for Lady GaGa, and the manifestation of pop culture as we know it

I’m sure most self-respecting liberal arts students do not consider Lady GaGa a gold standard for cultural consumption. For the most part, I would agree.

Lady GaGa in many ways r… Read More...

Artist visits to work on Family Literacy Lesotho project

<i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

Before last week, artist Peter Maphatsoe had never travelled outside of southern Africa. This week he got a taste of North American culture and shared a b… Read More...

Brandeis student performs in community production of “Rent”

Open Fields Community Theater will be performing “Rent” at Regis College over the next two weekends, with Brandeis student Nick Maletta ’13 as Collins, a philosopher and a… Read More...

The Dirty Projectors strut their stuff

The ease with which the Dirty Projectors perform feats of pure musical acrobatics belies the fact that they might just be the hardest working indie band around today.

Between fron… Read More...

Mini-series "The Prisoner" poses deep philosophical questions

AMC’s hit mini-series “The Prisoner” is worthwhile television for Brandeis students. Staying true to the original series upon which it is based, “The Prisoner… Read More...

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