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Joe Paterno: His legacy will endure the scandal

Just two months after being fired via the phone by the Penn State board of trustees for his failures in the Jerry Sandusky sexual child abuse scandal, Joe Paterno died this past Sund… Read More...

Judges still unable to get elusive first UAA win

Over the weekend, the Brandeis women’s basketball team suffered losses at the hands of Washington University in St. Louis and University of Chicago. The losses, by margins of 1… Read More...

Brown and Farrington named UAA athletes of the week

The University Athletic Conference (UAA) named Chris Brown ’12 of North Chelmsford, Mass., and Kim Farrington ’13 of Shirley, Mass., as the UAA Indoor Track and Field athlet… Read More...

Judges edge Wellesley

This past Wednesday the Brandeis women’s fencing team edged host Wellesley College 14-13 in a very tight match.

The Judges won epee 8-1 and sabre 6-3, but dropped the foil 9-0.

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Track and Field has strong outing at GBTC Invitational

Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams showed some strong performances this past Sunday at the non-scoring Greater Boston Track Club Invitational at Harvard Unive… Read More...

Brandeis celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Memories of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision were palpable throughout the Brandeis community on Monday, as students and local residents participated in community ser… Read More...

Univ makes foodie YouTube clips

Brandeis administrators Kathryn Howell and Shannon Hunt recently shot webisodes for “Food New England,” a video channel that launched as a beta channel on YouTube in mid-No… Read More...

In memoriam: Robert Shapiro, 81

Brandeis alumnus Robert Shapiro, a longtime university donor and honored trustee, died earlier this month after having struggled with cancer for more than a year. He was 81.

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Peace Corps finally a reality for ’Deis alumna

Emily Gelb ’11 hopes to make her university proud. After four years at Brandeis, she shipped out Jan. 19 with the Peace Corps to Ecuador, where she intends to use her degree in biol… Read More...

Linsey pool gets $1M donation

Thelma Linsey donated $1 million Thursday to support the sports center and pool named after her late husband, former Brandeis Trustee Joseph M. Linsey, university officials sai… Read More...

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