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Women’s fencing takes second place at the beanpot

Brandeis men’s fencing were unable to repeat last year’s success at the second annual Boston Beanpot Fencing championships, opening up with a 15-12 victory over MIT before bowing to Boston College 12-15 and Harvard 11-16. Will Friedman ’09 had a good performance in the losing effort, the All-American foilist finished with a 7-2 record for […]


Women’s Basketball wins six straight

You may not have noticed but there’s a basketball team here that has been shooting up the d3hoops top 25 rankings, vanquishing their foes left and right as they aim for another NCAA post season appearance. I am of course talking about the currently 12th ranked Brandeis Judges women’s basketball squad. Their blazing start to […]


Spotlight on Boston

Great Scott: Friday, Dec. 5, 2008, 9 p.m. 1222 Commonwealth Ave., Allston Are you tired of hitting the books and want to have a good time? If you’re 21+ party the night away at the city’s longest running dance night, the Pill. Lights Out, a band which blends rock and indie, will perform. $5/person. Not […]


What’s going on at Brandeis?

Cloud 9: Saturday to Sunday, Dec. 6-7, 8 p.m. Schwartz Auditorium Need a laugh? Check out Free Play Theatre Cooperative’s production of Caryl Churchill’s “Cloud 9.” It’s a surrealistic comedic play which deals with gender and sexuality during the Victorian era. Fair Trade: Friday, Dec. 5, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sherman Function Hall Want […]


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Beckinsale, Alda hold Q&A

The intimate Wasserman Cinemtheque was buzzing with excitement on Wednesday evening following the Boston premiere of the film Nothing But the Truth. Approximately 300 students, teachers, and members of the press eagerly awaited the arrival of the movie’s two main stars, Kate Beckinsale and Alan Alda, who visited Brandeis for a Q and A session […]


Nothing but the Truth captivates

Squeezed by limited seating, the Program of Film Studies premiered Nothing but the Truth to a captivated audience of about 300. Inspired by the Valerie Plame/Judith Miller incident in 2005, writer and director, Rod Lurie, sets his film on the premise that a reporter (Kate Beckinsale) outs CIA agent (Vera Farmiga) through a newspaper article. […]