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Culture X’s 20th anniversary show remains rooted in tradition

When I walked into Levin Ballroom minutes before 7 p.m. on April 13, I was welcomed to Culture X by the Farfali percussion ensemble’s lively dancing and drumming. After the introduction, Culture X’s 20th anniversary… Read More...

The Union: Looking ahead to more improvement

As the newest class of Union members were sworn in at the State of the Union on Thursday, former President Hannah Brown ’19 reflected on the ups and downs of the Union during the past… Read More...

Have no fear, Grad Bag is here

As the semester comes to a close, students are probably wondering what to do with all of the items they used during the year that they don’t plan on using next year. Students could throw… Read More...

How the measles outbreak really looks

Infectious diseases are nothing new to humanity. We have been fighting them since the dawn of time; fighting for our lives. What infectious diseases did for humanity during that point in time was build up… Read More...

Men’s tennis finishes second in UAA

Before the number 9 nationally ranked men’s tennis team headed into conference play, they had one final regional game of the season against MIT. The Judges prevailed against the Beavers with a final match score… Read More...

27 candidates run to fill 18 open positions

Elections for 18 open positions on the Student Union started at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. A total of 27 different students are running for 10 open seats on the senate, five open seats on the… Read More...

Why joining a club is important

Coming to college isn’t an easy experience for anyone. Most people move away from home, be it five or five thousand miles away. No more homemade food (hello Sodexo), your high school friends are scattered… Read More...

Men’s track and field finishes third, women’s fifth

The Judges continued their outdoor season strong at the Amherst College Spring Fling with the men placing third with 54 points and women places fifth with 30 points. Amherst College won the meet with 152… Read More...

The mad, musical theater spectacle of ‘The Bacchae’

Thebes has been overrun. Their king, Pentheus, has defied Dionysus, mocking his deity and sacred rites. As his revenge, Dionysus drives the city-state mad. The ancient Greek play by Euripides, “The Bacchae,” has been revived,… Read More...

Senator rescinds proposal to de-charter The Brandeis Hoot

Class of 2019 Senator Kent Dinlenc formally introduced a proposal to de-charter The Brandeis Hoot at the senate meeting held this past Sunday. This proposal was rescinded late on Thursday night, April 11 in a… Read More...
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