Brandeis’ new General Ed requirements will hurt future students

As the Class of 2018 Senator, I need to express my views concerning the new curriculum changes that the Senate will vote on this Sunday, which will be voted on by the Faculty Senate soon after. Last Sunday, a delegation from the Curriculum Committee came to answer the Senate’s questions concerning the new General Education […]

Volleyball drops three in UAA Round Robin

Women’s volleyball traveled to Cleveland, Ohio over the weekend of Sept. 29-31 to compete in the first University Athletic Association (UAA) conference Round Robin. Playing in one of the most competitive conferences in the nation, the team had the opportunity to play a few highly ranked teams. The Judges entered the weekend with quite a […]

A vegetarian adventure with @cravingswithoutcaution

“The food in Italy was just so photogenic!” Akshiti Todi ’19 exclaimed, “It tasted so amazing and looked so good.” While visiting Italy on a family vacation, Todi amassed a collection of photographs featuring all the food she ate while in the country. From those collections of pictures, @cravingswithoutcaution was born. @cravingswithoutcaution records the food […]

A Passion for Preparing Pickles

Angsty_pickles Instagramer Tres Fimmano’s ’18 introduction to pickling came in the form of an unexpected blueprint for pickled eggs on the back side of a recipe for pancakes. “Out of curiousity, I tried them,” said Fimmano about the eggs. Lo and behold, the chance recipe introduced Fimmano to the world of pickling, a culinary specialty […]

Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival proves that jazz is still thriving

I’d begun to think that jazz was dead. That had seemed to be the cultural opinion, too. One of last year’s Oscar contenders, “La La Land,” had the death of the genre as a major theme. Even the way we talk about jazz is with an eye to the past—about the greats who’ve been dead […]

Women’s soccer stays strong with 3-0 shut-out against CWRU

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team flew to Cleveland, Ohio for their first UAA match against Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). It was a competitive match, but the Judges came out on top with a three goal shutout. The Judges went into the game with a 7-1-1 record and the Spartans came in with a […]