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Keys to victory for the Women’s Basketball team Friday night

Having watched the Judges since January of this year, I have to say that they are an interesting squad., capable of dominance and equally capable of arousing sheer despair. With a tough match up coming… Read More...

Sharing Smiles completes its goal

One of the newest clubs on campus, Sharing Smiles, had its first show this past week. Four of the founding members, Eugene Vortsman ’08, Sarah Bedell ’09, Joanna Bedell ’09, and Alex Clos ’10, arranged… Read More...

An Arabian Night

Be very cautious when using Google Maps. Or, well, at least make sure that you have the correct address. I tell you this from experience. On Tuesday, March 4 I attended a spectacular Middle Eastern… Read More...

But I didn't, so it doesn't

Between the assassinations, attempted suicide, witty banter and pokes at Americans, who would have thought that a moral question lies at the heart of In Bruges? Surprisingly though this dark comedy manages to question whether… Read More...

A comedy to die for

There are certain capacities where one would find slapstick humor inappropriate. Funerals would be such a capacity. So why do critics find Frank Oz’s Death at a Funeral to be so “uproariously funny?” (Claudia Puig,… Read More...

Patchwork sound

“While people have cheered on the awful mess we’ve made,” crooned indie pop songstress, St. Vincent, “through storms of red roses, we’ve exited the stage.” After her stellar performance on Saturday night at the Middle… Read More...

Black Shadow

I’m a silent shadow dressed in black Unnoticed, ignored… Given a freedom not realized or understood Until too late I walk down the street in black And blacker still You try to confine me Buy… Read More...

Girl punk band is no black Hole

Courtney Love doesn’t get a lot of positive press these days. In fact, I don’t think she’s gotten much positive press in her entire career, and there are legitimate reasons for that. Her behaviors, habits,… Read More...

American Idol: Brandeis style

On Wednesday, March 5, 2008, the beginning of a new legacy was wrought upon Brandeis. The quest, to do whatever you do best, whether it be chugging Tabasco or performing Beethoven’s first symphony on the… Read More...

Band diversifies album options

Nine Inch Nail’s Trent Reznor has long detested aspects of the music industry, and the release of his most recent album of instrumentals, Ghosts I-IV, has made waves in a similar fashion to Radiohead’s pioneering… Read More...
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