Brandeis Tennis dominates at home

On Wednesday, April 9, the men’s tennis team defeated Babson at the Rieger Tennis Courts, 9-0. Brandeis went up three to zero after doubles. At No. 3, Ethan Saal ’18 and Eric Goldberg ’18 opened the day’s play with an 8-5 win. The No. 1 and 2 spots each earned comeback wins in close matches […]

Varney reaches 700 career wins

Baseball Head Coach Pete Varney earned the 700th win of his coaching career on Wednesday, April 7. The win came against Worcester State University at home, by a score of 7-2. This is Varney’s 34th year coaching baseball at Brandeis. He is the 13th active coach in Division III to reach the milestone, and 29th […]

Univ. should focus less on business programs

Institutions always look to have some sort of identity—a brand, a slogan—something marketable. If someone wants a nice car, they’re going to look at a BMW or Mercedes even if they don’t know anything about cars, just because those brands have an established place as high-quality luxury automobiles. The same idea holds true for Brandeis. […]

FMLA hosts third annual Sexual Violence Awareness Week to educate students

The Brandeis Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) hosted its third annual Sexual Violence Awareness Week (SVAW) with various events to educate students on the serious issue. “This week will include events focused on beginning a discussion on sexual violence on college campuses, educating each other about sex and consent, and making steps to create a […]

Maroon 5 thrills in live tour

The Forum in Inglewood, CA, is one of the most well-known music venues in the entertainment industry. Formerly the home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Kings, the Forum has become a world famous music venue, and some even go so far as to say that is the West Coast equivalent of Madison Square Garden. […]