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Fear the tutu

“I don’t cheat to win, I’d rather lose.” This past weekend in the finals of the U.S. Open, 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams lost to 20-year-old Naomi Osaka. She would be a junior in… Read More...

Student Union fall elections garner impressive voter turnout

UPDATED 9/14 3:30 PM The Student Union held their fall elections yesterday, giving students 24 hours—from 12 a.m. on Wednesday to 12 a.m. on Thursday—to vote. The ballots were sent out by email for students… Read More...

Brandeis searches for a new head basketball coach

A search committee headed by the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Executive Director of the Hiatt Career Center Andrea Dean is in the process of hiring a new head men’s basketball coach to… Read More...

Blood Orange presents a powerful meditation of life on the margins

With alias Blood Orange, Dev Hynes plays the orchestra. Blood Orange is funky R&B—think Prince with the vocals of Michael Jackson. The music project mixes a diverse range of influences to create sonic explorations of… Read More...

Brandeis Sustainability Ambassadors act as student resource

While Brandeis places a major focus on social justice, it is often forgotten by many that environmental justice is a very real issue students are involved in on campus. The Brandeis Sustainability Ambassadors (BSAs) hope… Read More...

Volleyball: Bartlett receives UAA honors after hot start

Despite her boundless talent, Emma Bartlett ’20 did not begin her athletic career as a volleyball player. She was a gymnast first but never felt as if she completely fit in with the rhythmic sport.… Read More...

Women’s soccer pushes past Lasell 4-0

This past Sunday, the Brandeis women’s soccer team secured a combined shutout to defeat rival Lasell College 4-0 while extending their unbeaten record to 2-0, following their win against MIT on Saturday. Brandeis took control… Read More...

Spilling the beans on Cafe Undergrounds

Brandeis is a campus that runs on coffee. From Einstein’s, to Dunkin’ Donuts, to Starbucks and Peet’s Coffee, many students depend on the rush of caffeine to get them through their intense days filled with… Read More...

Give me air conditioning or give me death

It has been so hot these past few weeks. I’m miserable. You’re miserable. The unfortunate souls sitting next to me in class that see me arrive drenched in sweat are miserable. It’s hot, and, unfortunately,… Read More...

President Liebowitz releases summary report of independent investigation

An independent investigation into the Brandeis athletics department found that there was insufficient supervision of Basketball Coach Brian Meehan and a failure of the interdisciplinary process to address his discrimination and abuse of the basketball… Read More...
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