Men’s soccer opens the UAA with a draw, then knocks off MIT

The Brandeis University men’s soccer team opened up homecoming weekend with a UAA conference matchup following the women’s soccer game at 11 a.m. It was a beautiful day for some soccer, not to mention opening up UAA conference play against Case Western Reserve. The game went to double overtime, with neither team able to notch […]

Women’s Soccer splits before UAA’s

This past week, the 10th nationally ranked Brandeis women’s soccer team battled it out in two games, securing a win in their University Athletic Association (UAA) Conference Opener versus Case Western Reserve University on Saturday, but unfortunately lost a tough one against Lesley University Tuesday night. Kicking off the Homecoming weekend, the Judges defeated the […]

Women’s cross country undefeated after Bowdoin Invitational

UPDATED 11/17 at 10:21 p.m. Over the Sept. 29-30 weekend, Brandeis’ cross country teams travelled up to Brunswick, M.E. to compete in the Bowdoin College Invitational. The running course was the first six kilometer run of the season, and the Judges made a strong showing on the longer course. The Judges did not disappoint. The […]

Brandeis hires new men’s basketball coach

Brandeis hired a new men’s basketball coach, Interim Athletic Director Jeff Ward announced Monday. Coach Jean Bain is the 11th coach in Brandeis men’s basketball history. Before coming to Brandeis, he was the associate head coach for Columbia University’s men’s basketball team since 2017. Prior to working at Columbia, Bain was the associate head coach […]

Studying abroad through small moments

The study abroad fair has come and gone for this fall, and in its wake, has left most prospective students with a stack of pamphlets, a list of websites and—though presumably not in the cases of a lucky few—a lack of direction. Perhaps it is common knowledge, but it seems to be a rarely stated […]

What I wish I knew: the nuances of food options

Ew, what is that? Is it moving? Did it just wink at me? Most of the time, Brandeisians do not have to concern themselves with these questions when trying to decide what to eat in the dining halls, yet there are other questions that do arise. Does that color look right to you? Chicken, again? […]

Further Brandeis values by upholding transgender protection

Brandeis is known around the world, and especially in Massachusetts, as a leader in social justice. The school was founded on the values of justice and equality and has lived up to its reputation through student activism, such as the Ford Hall sit-in and the fight by Brandeis Climate Justice to have the university divest […]