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TrueStoryTheater leaves  identity  at  the  checkpoint

“I know we've done some good when we capture someone who was about to commit a suicide bombing,” says the soldier. “We think of the lives we saved. One time they killed a friend of… Read More...

St. Patty's Day Events

St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at 1pm, from Broadway T stop (Thomas Park) to Andrew Square Saturday. 18+ Friday March 16, 2007 RISE: Address: 306 Stuart St, Boston, 02116 Phone: (617) 423-7473 Event: NYC DJ/Producer… Read More...

Women push hard, come up short in second game

In the sports world, there are many unwritten rules, but Saturday, the Brandeis Judges introduced what should be included if not already an unwritten rule-if you commit 35 turnovers in a game, especially in the… Read More...

ICC celebrates its 15th anniversary

Last Sunday, members of the Brandeis community gathered to mark the Intercultural Centers (ICC) fifteenth anniversary with an event that celebrated the centers history and importance on campus. The event, called Telling Our Story, was… Read More...

Brandeis to time warp, again

Once a semester, there is a special show at midnight for deviants and students of all types. There exists the opportunity to throw things, yell obscenities, and see scantily-clad men and women. No, its not… Read More...

Scene and be seen at local live music venues

For many, the quality of a live show is not just dependent on the caliber of the bands performing. The concert venue itself can often either make or break a show, and it can greatly… Read More...

Vagina Monologues: six years and going strong

Last weekend, the sixth annual presentation of The Vagina Monologues kicked off Vagina Week at Brandeis. For those unfamiliar with the show, The Vagina Monologues was written and originally performed by Eve Ensler in the… Read More...

Confusion surrounds Thirsty Thursday

A dispute regarding Thirsty Thursday at The Stein arose from a lack of communication between Student Events and the school restaurant. In the past, on Thirsty Thursday, Student Events offered free appetizers and billiards and… Read More...

Students claim inconsistencies in housing process

Several students faced problems with the housing lottery this year. Some students say that they registered to participate in the housing selection process but were not assigned lottery numbers, others claim that they did not… Read More...

Crown Center to invite political speakers

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies is working to invite numerous political leaders to speak on the Middle East, according to the Office of Communications. Amongst those invited are John Edwards, Al Gore, Rudy… Read More...
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