Simone Biles dominates a world championship not without surprises

Another gymnastics world championship has come and gone. This year, the host nation was Antwerp, Belgium, the same as Simone Biles’ debut world championships ten years ago. This year, Biles was the talk of the championships in her first international appearance since the Tokyo Olympics. She was as dominant as ever, taking four golds and […]

Brandeis celebrates 75 years: an interview with President Ron Liebowitz

As Brandeis prepares to celebrate its 75th anniversary, students, faculty, staff and alumni are all converging on campus for a weekend of events. University President Ron Liebowitz wrote about the importance of the event in July, noting that “Brandeis is a young institution compared to our peers. But we have come exceedingly far in a […]

Brandeis responds to recent events in Israel

Since what has been called a “deadly attack against Israel by the Hamas militant group” per Reuters this past weekend, Brandeis students, faculty and staff have come together to support each other. As of the time of writing, the events have left over 1,000 Israelis and at least 830 Palestinians dead, according to Reuters and […]

Judges’ men’s soccer beats WashU; ties with Babson

On Oct. 7, the Brandeis Judges’ men’s soccer team faced off against the Washington University in Saint Louis Bears, winning 2-1. The Bears netted the first goal, scoring at 24:46. The Judges fought back, gaining possession off of a missed free kick shot attempt and working their way up the pitch before scoring on a […]

‘The Great British Bake Off’ season 14 episode 3 recap: bread dread

It’s Bread Week! Or Dread Week, as it is sometimes nicknamed, because Bread Week is notoriously one of Bake Off’s hardest weeks. This is mostly because Paul is often described as the Bread King. He has high standards, and is even more unpleasant than usual if you don’t meet them. The episode opens with a […]