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Women’s basketball goes 2-1 in final stretch of season

The women’s basketball team brought their season to a close during the February break with two wins and one loss: the Judges beat the University of Chicago, vindicating a loss ea… Read More...

Men’s Basketball suffers disappointing end to season

The men’s basketball team had a disappointing final week of games with losses to Washington University and New York University on Feb. 17 and Feb. 24. The Judges had beaten both t… Read More...

Baseball goes 2-4 on Florida road trip

As spring training began in the MLB, Brandeis’ baseball team also spent quality time in Florida. The Judges played six games last week in Central Florida as part of the Russ Matt T… Read More...

Emory President in trouble over column on Three-fifths Compromise

The President of Emory University, James Wagner, has recently been criticized for his column about the Three-fifths Compromise of the Constitution that counted slaves in the So… Read More...

Facing high taxi fares, students organize their own rides

Unlike students of Boston schools, Brandeis students face the unique dilemma of finding transportation at odd hours. As Brandeis is not located on the T, students are forced to wo… Read More...

Alum Aaron Ritzenberg discusses his new book, The Sentimental Touch

Alum Aaron Ritzenberg, who graduated with his Ph.D. from Brandeis in 2006, claims, “I love to think about the way that literature responds to social change.” Ritzenberg has f… Read More...

Professor portrays one of America's favorite presidents

Professor John Burt’s (ENG) recently published book “Lincoln’s Tragic Pragmatism” is garnering great critical acclaim—a high honor given that Burt wasn’t sure i… Read More...

Heartbeat musicians transcend conflict

An hour and a half into Heartbeat’s Wednesday concert in Levin Ballroom, all nine Israeli and Palestinian musicians placed their instruments to resting position. With violin… Read More...

Sparks delivers great casual read in ‘Save Haven’

As the recent theatrical version of “Safe Haven” hits the big screen, the Nicholas Sparks novel has been heavily advertised and mentioned in conversations. During break, wh… Read More...

Brown professor talks on classical studies research

Brandeis’ Interdepartmental Program in European Cultural Studies welcomed Johanna Hanink to campus Wednesday to speak about her research in classical studies. Hanink stud… Read More...

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