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Gaskins, McNamara honored with highest faculty awards

Professor Richard Gaskins, the American Studies-affiliated director of the Legal Studies program, and Professor Eileen McNamara, full-time American Studies and Journalism … Read More...

News analysis: Name recognition key for Rosen

Junior Herbie Rosen’s victory in the presidential election represents the success of a campaign that began with the most name recognition of any of the candidates and succeede… Read More...

Shades of Gray: The Architects: Pedagogy and race at Brandeis

Professor Mingus Mapps (AAAS, POL) has been teaching race and politics at Brandeis for the past four years. As one out of the handful of African-American professors at Brandeis, M… Read More...

MLB power rankings: Texas takes the top

It’s been a great week in baseball. Every team has at least a few wins and it’s starting to become visible which teams are actually surpassing expectations as opposed to the tea… Read More...

NBA playoffs: a look at the games ahead

Eastern Conference:

1. Chicago Bulls (62-20) vs. 8. Indiana Pacers (37-45):

The Bulls have systematically dominated the Pacers this season, winning their head-to-head series … Read More...

Baseball: Judges go 3-2 in the last five games

Photo by Paula Hoekstra/The Hoot

Last Thursday, the Judges rallied from three runs down in the seventh to take a 5-3 victory against Rhode Island College. During the first six inni… Read More...

NHL playoffs: preview and picks

Welcome back to the best month in professional sports. MLB just started, the NFL draft is only a couple weeks away and NBA playoffs are quickly approaching. Greatest of all, though… Read More...

Men’s club volleyball team advances to Nationals

In his first year, David Perlow ’11—a men’s baseball recruit—never expected for volleyball to become a key part of his life. Perlow—now a candidate for a dual BA/MA in I… Read More...

A funny, if adequate, night at the ‘Forum’

Last week’s staging of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” directed by Lizzy Benway ’14, was highly entertaining, yet something was lost in translation. Alt… Read More...

Super-duper bugs: cutting down on illness

Looking at the birds, bees, flowers and trees, all outside creatures are waking up and coming out in the emerging springtime. Though we all enjoy the occasional running mustache c… Read More...

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