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Inside ticket to the Brandeis parking office

At the time, she took the job out of need. Tia Oliver, ’10, was saving up for a trip to Texas with her mother when a friend who worked in Brandeis’ parking office told her of an open p… Read More...

The Point: Everyone loves election season

I hesitate to write a purely “political” piece, since so much of our nation (and this paper) is already focused on the upcoming election, but I think that the younger generatio… Read More...

The Gold Standard: These colors don't run

Last fall, I was pleasantly surprised to see an American flag draped across a third-story window in Ziv 130. Under the banner, a sign bearing that once ubiquitous slogan: “These … Read More...

Futile Ramblings: How to stay unemployed

As a second semester senior, I have recently endured my fair share of job interviews in my quest to find the perfect occupation following my commencement during this upcoming May. … Read More...

One Tall Voice: Not OK with MLK day

This past Monday, our university, and in fact many institutions across America, celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I am sure that everybody liked to have the day off and I am … Read More...

Shopping for Truth: Why I don't have Facebook

facebook.pngIt’s one of the first questions people ask you when they meet you. It’s a way to scope out people before you meet them. It’s a way to keep in touch. What is it, you ask? It’s the o… Read More...

Writing program teaches city kids, but faces uncertain future

Every Wednesday afternoon at Snowden International School, in a school library no larger than an MBTA train car, I sit and wait for students to come and ask me to help them with their … Read More...

Are you a double major? At Brandeis, that just makes you like everyone else

PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The HootWhen I ask my friends what their majors are, their responses usually include at least two different departments, normally with a couple of minors thrown in between. It seems every… Read More...

Sexiled: Hung out to dry

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Foreplay has come and gone. So has he.

The lights are sti… Read More...

Men’s Basketball falls to Rochester

MEN’S B-BALL: Terrell Hollins ‘10 drives to the basket.Coming in as the number two ranked team in Division III basketball polls, Brandeis Men’s Basketball hoped to walk out of Rochester having touched true greatness and knocking do… Read More...

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