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Softball measures up to Clark 1-1 for the weekend; reaches 20 game win mark

The softball team faced Clark University in a doubleheader at home last Saturday, and went 1-1 against the Cougars. With this victory, the Judges have reached their 20th win of the … Read More...

Baseball continues to struggle and drops three of four

The baseball team went into the week 9-17 and left at 10-20; they currently stand in last place in the UAA.

The Judges lost a close matchup on Wednesday to Bowdoin College. Brandeis g… Read More...

Belly dance showcases unique talents

Performing this past Sunday in the Shapiro Campus Center, the Belly Dance Ensemble brought to life Egyptian and Turkish dance through a myriad of Brandeis undergrad students, ma… Read More...

Speakers discuss conflict in the Congo

Exploring the brutal sexual abuses committed against women in the Congo, the event “War Over Minerals in the Congo, I don’t want my cell phone to fuel a war” showcased the dev… Read More...

Police looking at bombing suspect’s link to Waltham triple murder

It’s been more than a year and a half since police found three men murdered inside a Waltham apartment with their throats slit and marijuana sprinkled on their bodies. But author… Read More...

Oblivion lacks depth

“Oblivion,” starring Tom Cruise and directed by Joseph Kosinski, features a post apocalyptic Earth ravaged by a supposed alien invasion. Although interesting, the film la… Read More...

Miras project celebrates non-western music

April 22 marked the final major performance by the Middle East Music Ensemble, as part of the Miras Project, directed by Ann Lucas. The all-student ensemble, which included guest… Read More...

Gunfires, explosives reported in Watertown

An MIT police officer was shot and killed in Cambridge Thursday evening and gunfire and potential explosive devices were reported in Watertown, according to media reports and au… Read More...

Sudent founds innovative event organizing tool

Most Brandeis students are involved in many groups and activities, and know firsthand the challenges of planning and promoting a large event without being certain of the amount o… Read More...

Brandeis explores the artistic in the scientific

Debbie Chachra, materials scientist and associate professor of materials science at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, presented the final lecture of a three-part serie… Read More...

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