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    David Ostrowsky

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    When the class of 2006 graduates three Sundays from now, Brandeis will bid adieu to dozens of skilled athletes.

    Brandeis enshrines ’06 Hall of Fame class

    It was Brandeis version of that midsummer Cooperstown extravaganza. Thats what happened this past Sunday morning at the Westin Hotel in Waltham.

    WTennis notebook

    The women's tennis squad split its first week of competition by dropping the season opener to Middlebury College 9-0, before sweeping Smith to even its early season record at 1-1.

    The road to Minnesota and Nationals

    Brandeis will bring three track athletes to the NCAA Division III Championships at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. The three well-deserving Judges are Ryan Parker '06, Jane Farrell 06 and Anat Benun 09.

    Chatting it up with Rodney Harrison

    Rodney Harrison interview on February 17th

    A Patriot in Waltham

    While many of us were packing and heading off to warmer destinations a couple weeks ago, two time pro bowler and Super Bowl champion Rodney Harrison stopped by Moody Street. That's right, the same Rodney Harrison that graced the cover of Sports Illustrated following his two interception performance in Super Bowl XXXIX was walking distance from your Brandeis University.

    Women’s basketball to play in NCAA tourney

    For the first time in school history, the women's basketball team will be participating in the NCAA Division III tournament when they take on Salem State College today at 5 p.m.

    MBasketball Notebook

    Something about Steve DeLuca and Sunday afternoons.

    For the second consecutive Sunday afternoon the sophomore stud registered a career high 28 points, this time on nine for twelve shooting from the floor and a near flawless nine for ten from the charity stripe.

    Brandeis Sports Log

    News and Notes from the Track Teams meet in the Terrier Classic
    Jane Farrell 06s mark of 11 feet 6.5 inches in the pole vault event was good for second place. Not only was her performance the sixth best in Division III this Winter, but it also qualified her for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. Farrell joins triple jumper Anat Benun as the only two lady judges who thus far will be competing at nationals….

    Brokeback Mountain: movie of the year?

    I enjoy watching cowboy films.

    Whats not to like? We have our good guys and our bad guys. We are transplanted into a time period and setting that is presumably far simpler, more tranquil than our everyday lives. In Ang Lees Brokeback Mountain, the cowboy setting is a diversion from the hardships of the characters everyday lives.