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Is it too good to be true? The 2019-2020 Premier League Season so far

With the halfway point of the season behind us, Liverpool Football Club holds a commanding 22-point lead at the top of English Premier League. English soccer, or football as they would say, has never been… Read More...

Women’s basketball falls to UAA opponents

Junior Courtney Thrun ’21 received a lot of support from fans on Friday, but they weren’t just from Brandeis: during warmups before the second half, Thrun greeted her former teammates from Adelphi University, who were… Read More...

Fencing holds winning record at NFC meet, Shortall and Lin win honors

The Brandeis fencing teams headed over to nearby Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA this past weekend to compete in the second Northeast Fencing Conference (NFC) tournament of the season. Both the men and the… Read More...

Split track squads shine at Boston University, MIT

Last weekend, the Brandeis track and field teams sent two different squads to the Boston University John Thomas Terrier Classic and the MIT Art Farnham Invitational. Boston University John Thomas Terrier Classic The runners racing… Read More...

Women’s basketball beats WashU on the road, falls to Chicago in OT

Jillian Petrie ’21 has been a steady force for the Judges all season. Playing just five games a season ago, Petrie is averaging over nine points per game and is one of four Judges who… Read More...

D’Aguanno does it again as the Judges top UChicago, fall to WashU

The Brandeis University men’s basketball team traveled to St. Louis and Chicago over the weekend, improving to 4-1 in the UAA as they defeated the University of Chicago (UChicago) Maroons in the final seconds of… Read More...

Thank you, Kobe

On January 26, 2020, a tragic helicopter accident in Calabasas, California claimed the lives of nine people. According to the New York Times, the victims included NBA Legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna… Read More...

Women’s 4×200 meter relay shines at Bowdoin Invitational

Last weekend, the Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Maine to compete at the Bowdoin Invitational. Both teams finished the meet in fifth place; the women’s team scored a total of… Read More...

Pelicans find themselves in crucial moment as Zion returns

As All-Star weekend approaches, one team in particular finds themselves entering into the most crucial stretch of the season: the New Orleans Pelicans. After a 13-game losing streak left them at an abominable 6-22, the… Read More...

Fencing holds record of 2-3 at Philadelphia Invitational, Morales wins multiple honors

The Brandeis University fencing squads headed south this past weekend to compete in the University of Pennsylvania’s Philadelphia Invitational. After the tournament, the men’s and women’s teams both defeated two of their opponents, and fell… Read More...
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