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Brandeis University's Community Newspaper — Waltham, Mass.

January 2007 Issue

Four Brandeis students get together to read, and they call it… SYMPOSIUM

When is the last time you read a book? Probably last semester. When is the last time you read a book for pleasure? Probably in third grade, R.L. Stines Goosebumps. But one group of Brandeis students reads for pleasure and gets their work done. Well, sometimes…

Make this one the year of the Dragon

Looking for a midnight snack and thought Tiki House and Dominos were your only options? Think again and check out Dragon Chef…

MIT too much to handle for Brandeis swimmers

After some time off and a trip to Puerto Rico, the mens and womens swimming and diving team competed this last Saturday in a meet against M.I.T. The diving events were held at the M.I.T. Athletics Center while the swimming events were conducted here at Brandeis. Both teams lost to their opponents, but the meet was a good way to get some good competition and swimming in before upcoming meets…

WBasketball falls to NYU 53-59, Judges now 3-2 since the New Year

There are some things that just dont change. Be it American Idol never coming to an end, people calling Jimmy Carter the worst president ever, Marty Schottenheimer finding yet another way to lose in the play offs and the New York University Violets continuing to be the scourge of Brandeis womens basket ball.

An Ultimately good time

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is Marvels latest addition to its long line of media. The game is about Doctor Doom's plot to acquire vast power and rule over all of reality…

What will happen after Carter?

Apparently a considerable number of faculty and students are under the impression that the Palestinian message has been silenced or muted at Brandeis and have longed to bring that message vividly to the attention of the community. I suppose the invitation to and the forthcoming appearance of President Carter will help to satisfy that desire, although I would think serious advocates of the Palestinian cause must know that there are much better advocates of their views than he.

President Carter to speak on campus

After weeks of organizing and a signed petition by over one hundred members of a joint student-faculty committee, former President Jimmy Carter has agreed to speak and answer questions regarding his controversial book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. The speech will occur Jan. 23 in the Gosman Gymnasium, and will be open only for members of the Brandeis community.

‘Deis Board

January 17 MSwimming v. Clark, W 126-97 WSwimming v. Clark, W 131-107 January 13 MBasketball v. NYU, W 52-48 WBasketball v. NYU, L 53-59 MIndoor Track @ Bowdoin, 1st WIndoor Track @ Bowdoin, L 71-102

Brandeis caps off season with victory

It is always important for teams to win at home and Wednesday night, Brandeis swimming capped off their home finale of the season with style, sweeping Clark University, 126-97 for the men and women walking away 131-107. It was a good send off for seven seniors participating in their final home match.

MBasketball upset No. 24 NYU, end two game skid

The new year has not been especially kind to Brandeis but for their miscues, they quickly follow up with moments of inspired play. This is especially true of Brandeis mens basketball performance as they snapped a two game losing skid to upset formerly 24th ranked New York University 52-48.