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In first year back, swimming and diving takes added weight seriously

The men and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted cross-town rivals the Bentley Falcons last Saturday. Losing by scores of 149-103 and 135-106, for men and women, respectively, the Judges nonetheless achieved a number of winning individual performances.

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Volleyball rebounds with 3-0 at Emerson

The women’s volleyball team won their second straight match this week, beating the visiting
Emerson College Lions in three straight sets on Wednesday, 25-17, 25-18, 25-23. The win brings the Judges record to 13-7. The team is now ranked 12th … Read More...

Successful chemistry leads women’s soccer to undefeated start

The women’s soccer team continue undefeated as they improved Wednesday to 3-0 after shutting out Roger Williams, here at home 4-0.

Francine Kofinas ’13, one of the team captains this year, said the success thus far was a special accomplishment … Read More...

Women’s soccer optimistic for with twelve new members

The women’s soccer team plays their first game at MIT Friday, and Coach Denise Dallamora is optimistic about the team’s prospects this year.

The team has 12 new first-years, Dallamora said, who are part of the “awesome group of players … Read More...

24-hour Improvathon worth the all-nighter

Working at Chum’s, one gets to see a lot of shows, plays, performed poems, stand-up routines and bands of all stripes. Once, a band I saw on shift had packed the entire house and proceeded with some of the worst … Read More...

Taking to the streets

The Egyptian protests of the last several weeks have gripped the globe, monopolizing headlines and shaking a region. As the military is now in command of the government and the world ‘sattention on the country remains, one Brandeis student has … Read More...

Two fencers receive UAA honors

The men’s and women’s fencing teams placed two saber fencers on the University Athletics Association’s Athlete of the Week honors list during the week of Jan. 23, according to a Brandeis statement on the event.

Anna Hanley ’11 earned the … Read More...

More heaven than hell: FTP’s ‘No Exit’ gives vivid portrayal of afterlife

HELL ON EARth: Caroline Capello ’11 (center) impresses as Inez in the Free Play Cooperative Theatre’s production of ‘No Exit.’’ Dani Gurfinkel ’13 (left) and Xan Weinstein ’12 (right) also perform admirably as Garcin and Estelle.
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Going beyond the bubble: Wilson’s Diner

Wilson’s is hardly the place Brandeis students dress up for, wait for a late-night BranVan and head to with a huge group of friends. I bet most haven’t even heard of the Waltham diner; I certainly hadn’t when I stopped … Read More...

The incredible, edible cage-free egg

The Brandeis Real Food Coalition is pushing for the university to buy and serve only cage-free eggs due to the sometimes-cruel conditions to which factory farms and other producers subject their hens.

“Our main objective is to have the university … Read More...

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