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September 2010 Issue

Grad student wows crowds with piano compositions

Everyone at Brandeis has something they are passionate about. Everyone has their “thing” that clicks well with them, which they enjoy doing and which others enjoy watching them do. For some it is playing keeper in intramural Quidditch and for some it is painting a portrait of a beautiful landscape. For Sangwon Lee (GRAD), it […]

Women’s soccer strikes down Gordon

Image Gallery Sofia Vallone ’11 scored a pair of quick goals just seconds after opponent Gordon College potted the game’s first marker, and the Brandeis women’s soccer team held on for a 3-1 win at home Thursday. With the loss, Gordon fell to 6-2, while the Judges now sport a 5-1-1 record on the season. […]

Brandeis gets ‘Silly’ over new bracelets

As any camp counselor, teacher or parent can tell you, silly bands are a way of life for anyone younger than twelve. They have been used as a reward and punishment system and been banned in schools, but the fad doesn’t seem to be slowing down. “Silly bands are hot and trendy right now, so […]

Student elections set for Sunday

Student Union elections will be held Sunday online at the new Union website, Most Senate positions and members of the new Brandeis Sustainability Fund will be up for a vote. No candidates have registered to become Senator for the Mods, Ridgewood or the Village, while candidates for Transitional Year Program senator, Castle and Charles […]

Students take a ‘STAND’ against genocide

When searching for a club to join on campus, it is hard to find one with both a humanitarian agenda and an enjoyable experience. However, Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND), a student-led division of the Genocide Intervention Network, offers students the opportunity to make a difference while still having fun. The mission of STAND […]

Photojournalist displays Mexican ‘Pura Mujer’ exhibit

A new photography exhibition portraying the women of Oaxaca, Mexico by photojournalist and Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal Finalist, Dana Romanoff, is on display in the Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis. The display, which opened Sept. 20, will be exhibited until Dec. 16. Dana Romanoff’s exhibit is titled “Pura Mujer,” or “Purely Women,” to reflect […]

‘Deis cross country off to fast start

John Evans ran with incomplete squads at the UMass-Dartmouth Shriner’s Invitational on Sunday. It didn’t matter much. Despite not competing its top two first-years team finished in third place at the 36-school competition. Ranked 10th in the nation, the Judges lost to Number 28 Keene State by only six points. MIT came in second, scoring […]

Tennis teams try tournament play

After winning its season opening match again Wheaton College, the Brandeis women’s tennis team had reason to feel confident heading into last weekend’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Regional Tournament. The event, co-hosted by Babson and Wellesley Colleges in nearby Wellesley, featured competitors from 25 schools throughout the Northeast. Per ITA rules, each school was permitted to […]

Men’s soccer no longer undefeated, loses to MIT

The thought of a perfect season was put to rest Wednesday, when a visit to MIT resulted in the Brandeis men’s soccer team’s first loss of the year. Despite jumping out to an early lead, the Judges ended up on the short side of a 2-1 final. Coming off of a record breaking 13-0 win […]