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Golf finishes strong at Bowdoin Invitational

The Brandeis mens golf team finished in 8th place out of 14 teams this past weekend at the Bowdoin Invitational in Brunswick, Maine, with the University of Southern Maine finishing in first place overall. Led… Read More...

No place like home field for WSoccer

On days like this past Saturday, it seems like the womens soccer team could go 18-0 this year. In a nearly flawless game, the Judges shut out Clark University 3-0 on their home turf behind… Read More...

MSoccer primed for success

The Judges mens soccer team kicked off its home schedule on Tuesday with a dominating 4-0 win over non-conference opponent Worcester Polytechnic Institute. This was the Judges first game on the newly-renovated A-Turf surface on… Read More...

SPORTS BLURBS

Baseball The Suffolk District Attorney has determined that no criminal charges will be filed against the police officers who were involved with the death of Victoria Snelgrove at the celebration of the Red Sox victory… Read More...

Brandeis to broadcast 3 additional T.V. channels

Brandeis University has taken a two-pronged approach to making TV surfing easierand more satisfyingacross campus, not only adding on three new channels to Brandeis conventional cable lines, but by also reworking the pilot for Library… Read More...

EDITORIAL: Rich Graves will be missed

One third of returning Brandeis Windows users have at one point or another used an epithet to describe former Network Administrator Rich Graves after he kicked their virus-ridden computer off the network. Yet Graves actions… Read More...

Alternatives to bookstore finally aplenty

At the beginning of each semester, buying books is one of the most important priorities for Brandeis students. While some students rely exclusively on the Brandeis bookstore, it seems that more and more are flocking… Read More...

Heller overseer not to run for governer

Heller overseer Charles D. Baker will not run for the governorship of Massachusetts on the Republican ticket, despite his previous speculation that he would. This may imply that current Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will seek… Read More...

8 Brandeis students total sued for file sharing

Brandeis has made it onto the Recording Industry Association of Americas (RIAA) watch list since the RIAAs first round of lawsuits, which were directed at 13 different colleges over illegal use of the file-sharing program… Read More...

Hoot sports call

Welcome to Hoot Sports, my name is David Ostrowsky and I will be the sports editor this semester. If you have any interest in sports journalism we would be happy to have you come aboard… Read More...
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