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Chapman elected, speaks at ‘debate’

The single vice presidential candidate running in Thursday’s special election, Kendal Chapman ’22, was elected last night by a vote of 120 in favor to 36 votes of no confidence. Seventy students wrote in other… Read More...

Women’s soccer defeats NYU in last game of season

The Brandeis women’s soccer team topped off their Senior Day celebration with a victory over its rival New York University (NYU), 1-0.  Prior to the game, the Judges honored seven seniors for their incredible success… Read More...

Portland Trail Blazers struggle in early season

Damian Lillard has been one of the best and most consistent point guards since he entered the league in 2012. His quickness and three point shooting has allowed him to thrive in an era of… Read More...

Men’s and women’s swimming split on the weekend

The men’s and women’s swimming teams travelled to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) this past weekend, both splitting on the weekend. The men’s team competed against Babson College and WPI, while the women competed against Babson… Read More...

I love cucumber fruit water!

I must admit that guzzling water is one of my favorite things to do. I stop at every water fountain I pass, and I do not take tentative sips. When I was a kid, I… Read More...

Univ. working to fundraise, increase donor pool

Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement Zamira Korff is leading a new campaign for university fundraising to foster new generations of support for Brandeis’ budget. In the most recent faculty senate meeting on Nov. 1,… Read More...

‘Of a Mirror and Its Fragments:’ a reflection on grief and loss

On Friday, Nov. 8, the first performance ever of “Of a Mirror and Its Fragments” premiered in the Merrick Theater. Written by Brandeis’ own Olivia Ellson ’21, the thirty-minute show is an adaptation of Hans… Read More...

Goldfarb celebrates 60th anniversary

The Jacob A. and Bertha Goldfarb Library celebrated its 60th anniversary on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Librarians, faculty and students gathered in the Brandeis National Committee Tribute Room of the library to celebrate the anniversary. Those… Read More...

‘Anthem:’ A bioware tragedy

A lot of negative things have been said about the game “Anthem” and its developer Bioware already, and people who know about the game are wise to stay away from it. I was originally going… Read More...

Riverdale tried but failed

“Riverdale” has always been an unexplainable phenomenon to me. I watched the first two seasons, then decided it was getting too absurd and stopped. Earlier this year, “Riverdale” started its fourth season. According to a… Read More...
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