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The Djokovic disqualification and its greater impact on tennis

Dominic Thiem has officially been crowned the winner of the 2020 U.S. Open. For only the fifth time in sixteen years, the champion of the tournament was someone other than Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or… Read More...

The Hidden Opponent: student-athletes and stigma surrounding mental health

When someone sprains an ankle or breaks their wrist, it is visible to the naked eye, with players and trainers working towards rehabilitation in an effort to return that athlete to the field as soon… Read More...

Professional sports organizations boycott in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement

As Representative John Lewis once reminded us, we must “never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” That is exactly what professional athletes across various sports have been… Read More...

Emma Bartlett ’20 named Brandeis nominee for 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Emma Bartlett ’20, a four-year starting middle blocker on the volleyball team, was named Brandeis’ nominee for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award in early July. She is just the second player in… Read More...

Student-athletes react to fall sports seasons cancellations

As the coronavirus continues to affect millions of people across the globe, many collegiate athletes in the United States have had to cope with the fact that there will be an extremely limited, if any,… Read More...

Student-athletes react to season cancellations

As college students around the country are continuing to adjust to being at home and continuing their learning online, thousands of student athletes across the country are also coping with another reality: the cancellation of… Read More...

NBA suspends its season over COVID-19 outbreak

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic surges around the world, many institutions have seen their regular operations cease. On Wednesday, the NBA suspended its season. Minutes before the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder were set… Read More...

Fencing sends Morales and Shealy to NCAA championships

Last weekend, the Brandeis fencing team competed in the NCAA Northeast Regional Tournament, hosted by Cornell University, and three fencers finished in the top seven of their respective weapons. After this weekend’s competition, Brandeis will… Read More...

A day in the life of a Brandeis athlete: Eric D’Aguanno ’20

This column attempts to highlight a variety of student-athletes, striving to unearth what the hectic life of a Brandeis athlete exactly entails. With this in mind, such a collection of stories will serve as a… Read More...

Men’s and women’s tennis fall on the road

This past weekend, the eighth ranked Judges men’s tennis team competed against Division I Bryant University Bulldogs on the road, losing 2-5 and moving to 2-3 on the season.  In doubles action, the Judges were… Read More...
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