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This week in sports

College Football
Police searched for clues Wednesday in the killing of University of Miami lineman Bryan Pata, the shooting marking the team's fourth death in the last d… Read More...

Who is Saaya?

Nothing says diversity like a South Asian rock band, crooning to songs in Hindi and Punjabi, in a Waltham, Massachusetts campus community. But this is what happened … Read More...

Bringin Leggings Back

Theyre back! 1980s workout gear has recently become high fashion, as celebrities, models, and Brandeis students have brought leggings back.

Im a big fan, clai… Read More...

Oh my! Oh yes!

Its seven oclock on Sunday night as a hungry mass descends upon chicken wings and boxes of pizza in the second floor kitchen of 145 South Street. While hunger quickly bonds everyone … Read More...

Words, words, words with Tempest's director

Continuing the Hoots ongoing series of interviews with student directors, this week I had a chance to sit down with Dina Maron 08, director of Hold thy Peaces production o… Read More...

Sex toys and you

Whats the deal with sex toys?

Sex toys are sometimes glamorized for their association with sexual liberation, sometimes seen as dirty and scandalous, but may also be vie… Read More...

Confessions of a TV addict

Hello. My name is Danny and Im a television addict. You might dismiss my claim, thinking how can watching TV become an addiction? or Real addicts are gamblers or alcoholics… Read More...

‘Deis author presents book on campaigning

Political analyst and author David Mark 95 returned to campus last Wednesday to discuss his new book on the history, value, and general nature of negative campaigning. I… Read More...

SEA promoting more local foods in dining halls

Last week, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) held a series of events entitled Think Globally, Eat Locally, which were aimed at raising awareness of the myria… Read More...

ZBT collects names to raise funds

The local chapter of Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT), Brandeis unrecognized off-campus fraternity, raised over $2,000 for the Childrens Hospital Boston at Waltham last week i… Read More...

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