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Grindhouse gory and great

Grindhouse is one of the year's most widely talked about films. Splitting its time into two different segments, the film was written and directed by well known directors Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. At 191… Read More...

Vonnegut's death end of an era

Many college students have been inspired by the strange, whimsical novels of the renowned American author Kurt Vonnegut, who just this week passed away at the age of 84. His loss is a significant one,… Read More...

Make leggings work for you

Ugg boots and mini-skirts. Sweat shirts and leggings. Plastic beads, oversized sunglasses and side ponytails. These are the fashions that Brandeis females have been sporting recently and, despite this schools (not completely deserved) reputation for… Read More...

Men’s baseball continue uneven 2007 season

The Brandeis University Judges continue their shaky season as they have split their four most reason games, 2-2. On April 11 the Judges were dominated by WPI as they lost by a score of 2-10.… Read More...

Prognosis for MLB 2007 season

Baseball season has finally come around again, and this year promises to be especially exciting. Barry Bonds should pass Hank Aarons home run record, and some of baseballs hottest rivalries haven risen to a whole… Read More...

My time with Reel Big Fish

This past week, Brandeis University had the distinct pleasure of hosting those kings of crooning, those sultans of song, Reel Big Fish. And I was fortunate to be able to sit down with the band… Read More...

Strange But True

Man gets voted into city council with zero votes A resident of Missouri City, Missouri, ran for City Council representative, got zero votes-and won. He didn't even vote for himself, since, as he stated at… Read More...

Learning about Sudan in a van: Taken for a ride

Note: some quotes in this article are paraphrases, as the person quoted has very broken English. I hadnt intended to take a class on cultural conflict on the van ride to Brandeis from Logan Airport,… Read More...

Reinharz email details parking situation for open house

April 6, 2007 President Reinharz sent an email to the Brandeis community detailing the parking changes for the prospective student open house taking place Thursday April 19, 2007. President Reinharz explained in his email, Spring… Read More...

Congressman Markey to speak about global warming

U.S. Representative Ed Markey is expected to speak at Brandeis on Friday, April 13th about global warming and environmental issues. The event will also include a screening of An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gores documentary film… Read More...
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