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Judges Face Challenge in Early Season as They Fall to Tufts and Emmanuel

After finishing last season with a record of 9-16, the women’s basketball team started off the new year strong, winning the Judges Classic for the first time in a few seasons, but … Read More...

Men’s soccer return to prominence cut short with heartbreaking loss

Two weeks ago, the Judges’ most successful season in over two decades came to a heartbreaking close at Amherst where they faced Williams College. After coming together four yea… Read More...

Disney stands strong, even without Pixar, in ‘Wreck-it Ralph’

Thanks to a great voice cast, amazing animation and numerous cameos and references for older audiences to enjoy, Wreck-it Ralph is an entertaining reminder that Disney does not n… Read More...

Mela highlights South Asian culture with synchronicity and skill

Mela, hosted by the South Asian Students’ Association, introduced students to “Kahaani: Our Story” through music, dance and spoken word performances on Nov. 17. Set in fr… Read More...

Lawrence Attends Israeli Alum Event, Amid Cease-Fire

University President Frederick Lawrence and his wife Kathy attended a Brandeis alumni reception in Israel last Wednesday. The reception coincided with the Israeli ceasefire w… Read More...

Thanksgiving break reminds affected students of storm destruction

Thanksgiving break, usually a week when college students enjoy time with family and friends, was different this year for many Brandeis students from the Northeast. Many student… Read More...

Men’s basketball wins Big Four Tournament

After a disappointing opening loss against Rhode Island College in the first game of the season, the men’s basketball team has rebounded nicely, winning their last four games t… Read More...

Stoker ’13 wins Marshall scholarship

As only the fourth Brandeis student awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, Elizabeth Stoker ’13 prepares to continue her commitment to community service abroad, pur… Read More...

‘Non-Reality’ showcases a myriad of Brandeis talent

What is so great about the real world? This is the question posed by “Non-Reality,” a new play written by Brandeis student Emma Lieberman ’14 that was performed the weekend o… Read More...

Reflections on the most successful women’s soccer season in school history

The clock struck midnight two games early for the Brandeis women’s soccer team. After a season of ups and downs and a foundation built upon their staunch defense, the Judges’ s… Read More...

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