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Softball splits a pair of doubleheaders

The softball team split a doubleheader against Endicott College on Thursday, losing the first game 8-1 before losing the second one 4-2. Endicott and Brandeis faced off five times last year, twice during the regular… Read More...

Hail to the chief: A Brandeis history of inaugurations

When Fred Lawrence delivers his inaugural address Thursday afternoon inside the Gosman Athletic Center, the Brandeis community will gather in a far different context than it did on an October evening 63 years ago inside… Read More...

Turf wars: Israeli-minded student groups dedicate week to Israel with different angles

Professor Noam Chomsky will speak on campus next Thursday as part of Israel Occupation Awareness Week, a series of events planned by Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (BSJP) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)… Read More...

Baan Thai: Perfect meal for the perfect price

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootBrandeis students looking for a combination of tasty Thai food with large portions and inexpensive prices should make Baan Thai, located on the corner of Main and Moody streets, a regular… Read More...

Men’s soccer defeats Springfield, women ‘s team shuts out Bowdoin

The men’s soccer squad capped off regular season home play with a 3-1 win against Springfield College on Wednesday. The win brings the Judges record to 8-4-1. Luke Teece ’12 started off the action when… Read More...

Cross-country teams finish in top 25 at New England Championships

Grayce Selig ’11, who posted a seventh place finish among Division I, II and III schools last Saturday at the New England Varsity Championships won the contest among just Division III schools. Selig, who competed… Read More...

Women’s soccer rises to 15th in nation, men’s squad starts to slide

The women’s soccer team shows no signs of slowing down this year. They are just hitting their stride, climbing up three spots to be the 15th ranked team in a NSCAA Division III National poll,… Read More...

Athletic teachings

Learning to play competitive sports is the best preparation I ever could have imagined for college. Far more than SAT scores or AP classes, there is simply no substitute for the practicality of lessons learned… Read More...

Chess King

CHESS MASTER: Sam Shankland '14 comes to Brandeis after taking a year off to play chess professionally. A California native, Shankland won 21 chess tournaments in a row in 2007 and 2008, something he described… Read More...

Baseball: Judges beat Bowdoin in marathon game, fall to Keene St.

Sean O’hare ’12 (No. 11 right), Brandeis' short-stop dives back to first, avoiding a pick-off move.PHOTOS BY Robbie Hammer/The HootThe Brandeis baseball team presented fans with a lot of excitement this week, earning a come… Read More...
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