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Bellin comments on judicial tension with Morsi in Egypt

Nearly two years after the fall of dictator Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian people once again flood Tahrir Square, this time in protest of their new president, Mohamed Morsi. On Nov. 2… Read More...

Brandeis Debate ranked second at APDA

Ranked just behind Yale, Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society, is now second in the American Parliamentary Debate Society (APDA). The debate class, acronymed BADASS, ou… Read More...

Dylan nixed, possibility of festival still on table

Bob Dylan has been cut from the set list for next semester’s proposed festival. While the event is still likely to occur, it will no longer be called the 50th Anniversary Bob Dylan … Read More...

Graphic design club helps student artists express themselves

As a recent acquisition to the Brandeis community, the Graphic Design Club merges artistic capabilities with crucial technical skills to design marketing tools such as flyers, … Read More...

Brandeis LCU gives conservatives a campus home too

The Brandeis Libertarian Conservative Union is one of the many politically-inclined clubs on campus at Brandeis. Its members are part of the Massachusetts Alliance of College R… Read More...

Waltham martial arts academy raises thousands for Children’s Hospital Boston

With Reggie Perry blasting Rihanna’s “Shine Bright Like a Diamond” from the stereo system inside his Waltham Martial Arts Academy, and his wife repeatedly kicking the wav… Read More...

SEA hosts annual local food banquet

SEA held their annual Organic Foods Banquet on Tuesday. The banquet featured delicious food, inspirational speakers, dedicated students, sterno cans, glue, ribbons, cinnamo… Read More...

Volleyball closes out the season with a second place finish at ECACS

The women’s volleyball team went 2-1 at the ECAC tournament this past weekend and finished off their season with a record of 21-14. Forecasted to be one the top-ranked teams of th… Read More...

The Sweet Sixteen is a reality for the Judges after two tough wins away from home

After a successful 13-4-2 season, the Judges found themselves at the NCAA tournament last weekend. Before Saturday’s match, the Judges were riding a high-tide from the 3-0 win … Read More...

In first year back, swimming and diving takes added weight seriously

The men and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted cross-town rivals the Bentley Falcons last Saturday. Losing by scores of 149-103 and 135-106, for men and women, respectiv… Read More...

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