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Women’s soccer scores 10 in home finale

PHOTO BY Nafiz R "Fizz" Ahmad

Though they had previously posted an impressive 7-1-1 record at home, the members of the women’s soccer team saved their most striking e… Read More...

Judges drop two matches at Hall of Fame invite this week

This week was a losing week for Women’s volleyball, falling 3-1 to Tufts on Friday and then dropping two more games at the Hall of Fame invitational on Saturday, dropping the team… Read More...

Men’s soccer beats Lasell Lasers 2-0

Men’s soccer beat host team Lasell 2-0 Tuesday, making this their best season since 2006 with a record of 9-4-1, while Lasell’s record fell to 8-6-2.

In the first half, the Judg… Read More...

Gordy’s game guesses: This week favoring Miami, San Diego, Tampa Bay and Oakland

This week is starting off with a bonus World Series guess:

In the World Series, I’m guessing that the Texas Rangers are going to take it. The San Francisco Giants may have home fiel… Read More...

The witching hour

PHOTO BY Haley Fine/The Hoot

Halloween is synonymous with free candy, crazy costumes, scary decorations and jack-o-lanterns. It is a time when all inhibitions are put on hold, an… Read More...

Callahan, 74, was friend and mentor to Heller

Professor James Callahan, or Jim, was one of the first people Lisa Lynch met in the summer of 2008 when she became dean of Brandeis’ Heller School for Social Policy and Management… Read More...

Heller fire leaves up to $50,000 in damages

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

A single-alarm fire started on the patio behind the Schneider building of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at 10 a.m. Monday and then mo… Read More...

McHeny describes Food Not Bombs’ growth, organization’s history helping those in need

Founder of the non-profit group Food Not Bombs Keith McHenry spoke at Brandeis Monday about the history of his organization and his own personal involvement in a group that grew fr… Read More...

Prof and Cabinet member, both Danes, discuss Europe and Islam

Jytte Klausen of the politics department spoke at in Rapaporte Treasure Hall Monday, but for the first time she delivered remarks as a Dane, on the success of Danish and European in… Read More...

Financial crisis forced university to take more loans

Brandeis University was forced to take out more loans in fiscal year 2009 than in previous years in order to compensate for the effect of the national economic crisis, according to … Read More...

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