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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 years ago, the team has completely rejuvenated the program and returned Brandeis … Read More...

Men and women’s fencing medals in first action of season

The fencing team pulled off multiple victories at the season-opening competition at Smith College last weekend. At the New England Fall Collegiate Invitational, colloquially called The Big One, four men and two women from Brandeis’ fencing team medaled. The wins … Read More...

Men’s soccer continues to roll with 2-0 win over Case

The men’s soccer team extended their unbeaten streak to 17 games with a 2-0 victory over Case Western this past Saturday. With the win, the Judges improve to 11-0-1 (1-0-1 UAA). The Judges have not lost a game since Oct. … Read More...

Break it yourself

Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird’s newest album, “Break It Yourself” does not fail to meet the already astronomical standards set by his previous albums. Textured and complex, Bird’s new work manages to stay away from saccharine shoe-gazing or melancholic ballads that were … Read More...

In Memoriam: Influential former athletic director passes away

Nick Rodis, former director of athletics at Brandeis University, died at Newton-Wellesley Hospital on Oct. 7, leaving behind not only a devoted family, but many Brandeisians who were influenced by Rodis as well. He was 87.

Born in 1924, Rodis … Read More...

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