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JSA scares with Japanese-style haunted house

Last year, the Japanese Student Association (JSA) earned an award from the Intercultural Center (ICC) for hosting the year’s best educational program. The event taught ikebana, a Japanese art form of flower arranging. Building on… Read More...

Cross country competes in conference championships

The men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Emory University in Atlanta, GA, to compete in the University Athletic Association (UAA) championships on Saturday, Oct. 29. The men’s team finished with their best placement… Read More...

Tron looks to qualify for nationals

Tron, the men’s Ultimate Frisbee team, is fresh off the road from a tournament the team competed in over the weekend, the club’s first weekend of travel for competition. Their team intended for their participation… Read More...

Dynamic PAX course practices peacemaking

Inner Peace and Outer Peace, a class taught within the department of Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies (PAX), focuses as much on studies of the world at large as it does on the inner reflection… Read More...

Club squash looks to compete

From recreational club to a potentially national team, the club squash team has shifted from a mere gathering of recreationals on Mondays and Thursdays to a mixture of both serious and less serious players. Rohan… Read More...

Brandeis alumni create organic energy drink

“It began in the science building, Gerstenzang 123, at eight in the morning in a science class … biology probably. I look to my left, look to my right and I see my friends drinking… Read More...

Volleyball splits Homecoming games

Hosting two teams for Homecoming, Brandeis volleyball split the games, earning a win against Eastern Connecticut State University but falling to Salve Regina University, Saturday, Oct. 8. The Judges entered the weekend coming off three… Read More...

Admin urges students to speak freely

This article is part of a Features investigation into the diversity of political ideas at Brandeis. “I think in the past year or two, most college campuses have become far more politicized,” said President Ron… Read More...

Tennis club hosts first Slice N ’Deis tournament

For the first time, the Brandeis Tennis Club (BTC) hosted eight visiting teams for the Slice N ’Deis club tennis tournament. Eight schools from the New England area traveled to Brandeis to compete in the… Read More...

Exploring Brandeis’ labs: Zoe Brown ’17

Zoe Brown ’17, a senior majoring in neuroscience and psychology, is currently in the middle of writing her senior research thesis. An observation of Brown’s years at Brandeis, this thesis might determine that she is… Read More...
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