David Fisch is the Sports Director of WBRS and one of the Sports Department's Senior Announcers. He has been with WBRS since he set foot on Brandeis soil. David has also held the positions of News Director, and Assistant Programming Director. In addition, he has interviewed the likes of Amir Blumenfeld (from the Web Series "Jake and Amir") and former New York Knicks coach, Mike D'Antoni. He has interned at CollegeHumor and on "Mad Money with Jim Cramer." David is a double major of Economics and American Studies with minors in Journalism and Film, Television, and Interactive Media.
Jeff Boxer is one of WBRS's Senior Announcers. He is a senior majoring in politics and minoring in East Asian studies. He was the sports editor of the Justice, and spends much of his time watching sports, playing pickup basketball, and competing in intramural sports. His sports areas of expertise are the NFL, English soccer, basketball, baseball, and a bit of hockey.
Jesse Manning is the current General Manager of WBRS and a former Sports Director. He is a Senior Announcer for WBRS Sports. He is a senior at Brandeis where he is majoring in American Studies and Politics and minoring in Journalism.
Max Goldstein is from Needham MA, is a senior HSSP major. He loves sports and enjoys working out. He also runs his own on-campus business, Brandeis Campus Shirts.
Max Goldstein is a senior History major. He happens to be the greatest person ever. He loves sports, especially, the New York FOOTBALL Giants. Max is an avid sports video gamer who’s bark and bite are not always on the same page. He has won numerous awards for being the nicest and most selfless, considerate person at Brandeis.
Jeremy Berman is currently a Senior double majoring in Business and NEJS (Near Eastern and Judaic Studies). After working on the radio since his freshmen year, Jeremy was elected as the News Director for WBRS' Executive Board. He is also actively involved in the Sports Department as a four-year panelist on sports shows, as well as an announcer for the Judges' various sports teams. Often labeled well-rounded, Jeremy is a coordinator for the Waltham Group club Junior Brandeis Achievers.
David Eisenstein is a passionate Chicago sports fan struggling to survive in a world of annoying and uninformed east coasters. His fervent desire to see Boston and New York teams lose, and mock his friends when they do, is the driving force behind his brilliant insights as the host of the Best Damn WBRS Show Period. He is also "really good at play-by-play", according to WBRS Sports Director David Fisch.
Adam Schlitt is a third year veteran of the WBRS sports department. He was a panelist last year on the Sports Cafe and broadcasted a few baseball and basketball games. He is a junior who is looking to major in International and Global Studies.
Chagi Chesir "Chagilicious definicious make the news go loco." So says Chagi '15, otherwise known as Glen, WBRS' Co-News Director. Chagi loves many things, but always loves a good schmooze.
Danny Reisner is a Brandeisian Junior, majoring in American Studies and Politics, minoring in Legal Studies, International Global Studies, and focusing on extracurriculars.. Danny got involved with WBRS last year through his involvement on Hillel Board and he hasn't looked back. He is now a part of 4 shows on WBRS, one for every weeknight.
My name is Ricky Rosen, and I am a junior studying Politics and Psychology with minors in Philosophy and Legal Studies. I currently host Sports with RickRab and Golde. I have been a dedicated Met fan all my life. Outside of WBRS, I am also the Executive Senator of the Student Union, a Student Conduct Board representative, and a Mock Trial veteran of seven years in high school + college. If I don’t go to Law School or become any of my other tentative career options, I would like to be a baseball broadcaster or sideline reporter.
My name is Adam Rabinowitz and I am a junior at Brandeis University with a double-major in Politics and American Studies as well as a double minor in English and History. I am a co-host on the professional-sports based show Sports with RickRab and Golde as well as a Brandeis sports contributor on the Sports Cafe. I'm also Sports Editor of the Justice I am an avid New York sports fan - Mets and Knicks - but I'm generally a sports nut. Name a sports team - Brandeis or professional - and I'll be able to discuss the basics.
My name is Omri Nimni and I'm a classics major and host of "The Verdict." I grew up in Seattle so I cheer for are all of the Seattle teams, The Seahawks, The Mariners, and the Sounders too.
On my show I talk with my two friends Gabe Podair, and Jacob Moskowitz about the larger issues in the world of sports. We try to stay away from recaps and other purely stat driven topics and attempt to give our opinions on big issues such as sports safety, NCAA rules violations and other such things that plague the sports world in general.
My name is Elan Kane, I am in the class of 2016 and I am currently undecided on my major. I am one of the hosts of the show called "4th and Inches" (Tuesdays from 3-4 PM) on which my co-hosts and I discuss a wide range of topics relating to sports. Although I am from Westchester, New York, my father was born in Chicago and raised me as a die-hard Chicago sports fan. As a result, the Cubs, Bears, Bulls and Blackhawks are my favorite teams.
My name is Jonah Price, I am the assistant director of WBRS sports as well as a co-host on the show RickRab and Goldie. I am a sophomore majoring in psychology with a minor in Art History. I am a die hard 49ers, Sharks, Golden State Warriors, and for some reason unbeknownst to me, a Mets fan. My area of expertise lies in football. I also broadcast soccer and basketball games for Brandeis.
I'm Luky Guigui and I'm a sophomore majoring in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. I currently am one of the four handsome manly men who are on "the Extra Point" which is on Thursday's at midnight. My favorite teams are the Miami Heat, Dolphins, and Marlins but I also really like the Memphis Grizz in pro sports and I'm a Florida Gators and a University of Memphis Tigers fan. I love chilling and watching sports.
Hello! My name is Tzvi Miller and I'm from Berkeley, California. Last year I graduated from Jewish Community High School of the Bay, in San Francisco and I am currently enjoying my first semester here at Brandeis University. Streets Ahead!
Alex Pilger is the Business Director of WBRS. He is a Senior, majoring in Biology and Neuroscience, but enjoys Radiohead, Golden Retrievers and nachos in his downtime.
A gangster and a gentleman, first year student Carl Lieberman emerged from the depths of New Jersey hungry for civilization and an economics
degree. He resides in the SCC where he hosts the Rap de Rap Show on Sunday nights and offers misguided sports opinions during Beer and Balls on Thursdays in addition to his duties assisting with business-y things for WBRS. His interests include polysyllabic rhymes, Bic Single Blade Shavers, and blurbs.
My name is David Goldberg and I'm a junior at Brandeis University where I study Politics and Legal Studies. I feature on Sports with RickRab and Golde, and offer a unique American insight into European Football, as well as many other sports. I'm a fan of the reigning Champions of Europe, Chelsea Football Club, as well as the reigning champions of mediocrity, the New York Jets. I reside in Burbank, California, where I like to spend my days Cheddar Life Chillin'.
Joshua Yankell is a member of the class of 2014
with majors in Classical Studies and HSSP and an Anthropology Minor. He is the host of Sports Sack on Thursdays at 12:00 AM. His favorite teams are the Packers (football), Liverpool (Soccer), New York Knicks (Basketball). He is from Moorestown, NJ and plays Rugby. He also used to play Lacrosse, Football, and Baseball.
Brian Levy is a sophomore at Brandeis University studying History and Politics. He is the host of the newly found hockey talk show, Slap Shot with Brian Levy, and has been a panelist on the popular Beer and Balls show for the past year. He has over 70 games of sportscasting experience in football and basketball as well as some brief time spent with the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins professional hockey club. A native of Clarks Summit, PA, Brian credits his early career experience to Tom Grace, The Voice of the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins, and Jesse Manning, the household legend at WBRS.
Henry Loughlin is a junior double majoring in Politics and American Studies and is a commentator for WBRS broadcasts and soccer guest on Sports with RickRab and Gold_e. When not causing shenanigans or doing schoolwork, he can be found watching European football, eating Franco’s Pizza, or heckling people in one of his impersonated voices. Additionally, he is a competitive runner, racing distances from 5K through the half-marathon. He supports the Spanish national (soccer) team, F.C. Barcelona, Liverpool F.C., and the New York Giants.