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The past has not been a blast for this observer

There is an episode of Friends where Joey is dating a girl he thinks hes slept with before. He recognizes things in the apartment, reconnects with his favorite painting on the wall, and even relives… Read More...

Dual triumphs

In a heavily contested bout versus rival NYU, both the mens and womens fencing teams came out with 14-13 wins to capture the UAA championships. Never before in Brandeis history have the mens and womens… Read More...

One on One with Coach Meehan

On Defense: We felt we needed to be more aggressive and physical defensively and really put a body on those guys. I think if you cause some turnovers down in the post and they seem… Read More...

NBA Midseason Review: heavy trade winds

Every team has reached 41 games played and the trading deadline is approaching. In the coming weeks, trades that will change the looks of many teams will occur. This past week, two major trades went… Read More...

Coffee Land vs. Steel City

This Sunday is the Super Bowl, and I have to be honest, this is probably the least thrilling match-up Ive seen since Oakland-Tampa Bay, and even that had the whole “Jon Grudens old team versus… Read More...

Slavin’s game plan

This Sundays 40th Super Bowl, being held in Detroit, should be another great game, as the physical defense and running game of the Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks, with their… Read More...

Senioritis and college basketball

Im going to start this column by making a few assumptions. First, the majority of those people reading this column are either in college, or have at the very least graduated high school. My next… Read More...

Womens’ hoops hits stride

What a weekend it was. There was free pizza and free scoops of ice cream, topped with a nice helping of kick-ass basketball from Brandeis. After being solidly defeated by Washington University, Brandeis could ill-afford… Read More...

This Week In Sports

Baseball After weeks of negotiations, the Boston Red Sox finally acquired Coco Crisp from the Cleveland Indians. They also received David Riske and Josh Bard in return for Andy Marte, Guillermo Mota, and Kelly Stoppach.… Read More...

Brandeis Sports Log

News and Notes from the Track Teams meet in the Terrier Classic Jane Farrell 06s mark of 11 feet 6.5 inches in the pole vault event was good for second place. Not only was her… Read More...
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