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Softball endures harsh week to even record at .500

This past week the Brandeis University softball team went through a gauntlet of games playing four double-headers. They went 5-3 in this stretch once again to reach .500 with a rec… Read More...

Julian Cardillo reflects on fencing season

This past weekend foilist Julian Cardillo ’14 finished 19th out of 24 foil fencers at the NCAA Collegiate Fencing championships at Ohio State University.

Cardillo is currentl… Read More...

As baseball’s losing streak continues, season getting out of hand

The baseball team failed to break out of their slump this past week as they dropped all three of their games to fall to 5-16 (1-7 UAA) on the season. The team has now lost 13 of their past … Read More...

The Hunger Games are an emotional punch

“The Hunger Games,” an adaptation of the popular book trilogy by Suzanne Collins, premiered March 23 to the incredible success of $155 million. This record-breaking openin… Read More...

Loving Liquid Latex: unique show turns flesh into canvas

Last Tuesday night, the annual Liquid Latex performance reminded us of why we should be proud to be Brandeisians. It was personally my first time watching Liquid Latex (my first-y… Read More...

Jake Coco improves pop music one cover at a time

Many amateur covers of songs on YouTube are performed by no-name 12 year olds and are often of very poor quality. Jake Coco, however, is an exception. Covering many different popul… Read More...

K-NITE brings Korea to campus

The Brandeis Korean Student Association (BKSA) invited the campus to “Explore Korea” at K-Nite 2012 last Friday night in Levin Ballroom, which was decorated with hanging ba… Read More...

A unique experience abroad in Israel

As a Jewish girl who goes to Brandeis and hails from New Jersey, I hesitated before applying to study abroad in Israel. I worried the trip would not be unique. Throughout my experien… Read More...

Anthropology lecture discusses ancient Central Mexico

Boston University architecture professor David Carballo delivered a lecture titled “Ritual Offerings/Sacred Architecture in Ancient Central Mexico” on Wednesday afte… Read More...

View From The Top: Dr. Strangedance, or how I sold my soul to the theater

I never meant to be one of those “theater kids.” You know the ones I’m talking about; they sing musicals as they walk around campus, wear brightly colored hoodies advertisin… Read More...

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