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‘We will remember them’: a story of World War II

Samuel Edward “Eddie” Hatch—my grandfather—has lived a long time, 86 years. None was as pivotal in the story of his life as the year 1944.

It is a story my family knows well. … Read More...

‘Deis equestrians a unique team, not club

Describing Brandeis’ equestrian team, captain Madeline Brown ’14 insists that many people “don’t understand the fact that it is a huge commitment and it is an athletic s… Read More...

Softball goes 1-2 over weekend as season winds down

This past weekend the Judges faced Clark and Tufts in a day-night doubleheader. The Judges split their doubleheader with Clark before losing to Tufts. The team is now 19-14 (3-5 UA… Read More...

Home Depot co-founder stresses philanthropy for businesses

Ken Langone, an investment banker who co-founded Home Depot in 1978, delivered this year’s second annual Saul G. Cohen Memorial Lecture in Rapaporte Treasure Hall on Monday af… Read More...

Men’s tennis ends disappointing season with three-straight losses

This week the Brandeis men’s tennis team lost its final two regular-season matches as well as the opening round of the UAA championship.

On Thursday morning the Judges faced 17t… Read More...

Culture X astounds audiences

Every spring, Culture X brings a combination of the campus’ best dance, music and spoken word groups to a common stage. And there was no exception last Saturday as a sold-out crow… Read More...

LGBTQ grads recognized at lavender graduation

Sporting shades of lavender, the graduating members of Brandeis’ LGBTQ family paraded into the Intercultural Center lounge amid cheers and cello music on Tuesday. With excit… Read More...

Baseball ends season on high note as they roll over Bowdoin on senior day

After a disappointing and painful season, the Brandeis baseball team managed to send its seniors off with a win in the final home game of the season with a 14-7 rout of Bowdoin Colleg… Read More...

'Cymbeline' stands strong, but doesn't amaze

A later work of William Shakespeare’s, “Cymbeline,” which is simultaneously considered a romance and a tragedy, tells the story of Imogen (Gabrielle Geller ’12), prin… Read More...

Author David Bezmozgis discusses his novels on-campus

David Bezmozgis, renowned author of the novels “Natasha” and “The Free World,” came to campus this past Wednesday. He was invited by the Brandeis-Genesis Institute for … Read More...

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