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Judges drop two matches at Hall of Fame invite this week

This week was a losing week for Women’s volleyball, falling 3-1 to Tufts on Friday and then dropping two more games at the Hall of Fame invitational on Saturday, dropping the team’s record to 13-14.… Read More...

Men’s soccer beats Lasell Lasers 2-0

Men’s soccer beat host team Lasell 2-0 Tuesday, making this their best season since 2006 with a record of 9-4-1, while Lasell’s record fell to 8-6-2. In the first half, the Judges outshot the Lasell… Read More...

Conservative conversations

Former Waltham resident Brian Henchey, 33, is a member of the Tea Party and believes that health care reform is “an idea that is toxic to society.” He is a volunteer on the Sean Bielat… Read More...

The verdict is in: LOLA not up to snuff

After three abysmal episodes and three weeks of longing for Jerry Orbach’s resurrection, it’s official: “Law & Order: Los Angeles,” or LOLA, has realized my worst fears. In case you missed it, LOLA is Dick… Read More...

Cross country teams rank top 10 at Albany invite

Brandeis men’s and women’s cross country teams finished in the top 10 at the 44th annual Albany University Invitational, coming in second and seventh respectively. The invitational included 25 teams. One notable win was Grayce… Read More...

Volleyball suffers four losses

Brandeis volleyball lost four matches this week, including matches in the Unicersity Athletic Association (UAA) round-robin where they were defeated by No. 2-ranked Emory University in the second day. The Judges had a rough start… Read More...

Tennis team aces first dual match

The men’s tennis team opened up their dual match season with a 7-2 victory against the United States Coast Guard Academy last Friday night and the women’s team finished off the weekend with a 6-3… Read More...

Birds of a feather: Turkeys make friendly neighbors

Some of you might have noticed that this year, Brandeis has some new residents. No, I’m not talking about the first-years, I’m talking about the wild turkeys. While some people (including one of my roommates)… Read More...

‘Regarding Painting’ at The Rose

Image Gallery Link Dabney Hailey stands before a Roxy Paine painting in the Foster wing of the Rose Art Museum, explaining Paine’s painting method to some visitors. iPod in hand, she scans a barcode from… Read More...

Ode to ‘Law and Order’

I know it’s been months since NBC announced the cancellation of the original “Law & Order,” but I’m still in mourning. It’s a long process that consists of me constantly trying to convince myself not… Read More...
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