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Drolette to step down at end of year

At the end of the calendar year, Fran Drolette will step down from her role as senior vice president and chief financial officer, Steven Manos announced in an email last week. Marianne Cwalina, the current… Read More...

Don’t debate the debate

I saw a Facebook event for a lecture titled “Brandeis v. Yale Public Debate: Should Israel Assassinate Iranian Nuclear Scientists?” Upon seeing the invitation, I honestly thought little of it. Being on the debate circuit,… Read More...

Coven named DIII Coach of the Year

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has selected men’s soccer coach Mike Coven as the 2012 New England Division III Coach of the Year. Earlier this year, Coven was also named the UAA Coach… Read More...

Men’s basketball runs winning streak to six games

The Judges continued their recent success this past week, destroying their opponents by an average of 17.3 points per game in their wins over Becker College, Lasell College and Massachusetts College of the Liberal Arts… Read More...

Women’s basketball breaks three-game losing streak

Bringing their overall record to 3-4, the women’s basketball team split their past two games against Daniel Webster College and UMass Dartmouth. The win against Daniel Webster last Saturday relieved the Judges of a three-game… Read More...

Ocel and Spital earn All-American honors

Both Sam Ocel ’13 and Dara Spital ’15 were named third-team All-Americans by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Ocel, who was also named the UAA Player of the Year, was instrumental in… Read More...

Breaking down the year in rap

Amid an oversaturated, Top-40 dominated music climate, these 10 artists managed to release albums that stood out above the rest. Here are the greatest hip hop and R&B albums of 2012. 1. Kendrick Lamar –… Read More...

Basketball team holds high hopes for upcoming season

The Brandeis men’s basketball team has been a force to reckon with over the last few years. They have had three consecutive second-place finishes in the University Athletic Association, four NCAA tournament berths in four… Read More...

Conservative speaker comments on radical Islam

The Brandeis Libertarian Conservative Union sponsored speaker David Horowitz on Tuesday, a well-known outspoken conservative. Horowitz is acclaimed in his field, the founder of Students for Academic Freedom (SAF), which calls for principles of open… Read More...

Schneider, trustee and benefactor, dies at 93

Irving Schneider, an influential trustee whose generous donations extended not only to the funding of the Irving Schneider and Family Building at the Heller School, but to an international scope through the creation of a… Read More...
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