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Life after Capra: 2008-2009 Women’s Basketball Preview

For the third straight year, the Brandeis women’s basketball squad advanced into the second round of the NCAA and they were bounced out at the hands of a more athletic squad – th… Read More...

Men’s basketball aims even higher: 2008-2009 Season Preview

Having spent so many years playing the hunter, Coach Brian Meehan’s squad find themselves playing the role of the hunted for a second straight year as they look to justify their p… Read More...

Shakespeare tragedy comes to Brandeis stage

This week saw the arrival of one of William Shakespeare’s greatest plays to the Shapiro Theater at Brandeis University.

“King Lear,” presented by Hold Thy Peace, the Shake… Read More...

Q-Tip: Almost a Renaissance Man

“Back in the days when I was a teenager/Before I had status and before I had a pager,” Q-Tip raps in the opening of A Tribe Called Quest’s “Excursions,” you could find him … Read More...

The perfect Role Model for Hollywood movies

There are three rules that I think are very important to keep in mind when one starts to write reviews. 

First, take a stand (this is obvious). Second, the review should be about the … Read More...

Review: Feeding Frenzy takes feeding fish to a new level

Feeding Frenzy is not one of the first games that come to mind on XBLA that you would think desperately needs a sequel. Even with a skeptical mind going in, Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwrec… Read More...

Aging

The summer was drawing to an end

and she was finding it hard to say farewell to the long days and warm air.

Soon she would be bundled up in a jacket and mittens,

the nights would be longer … Read More...

Tales of customer service gone wrong

If you are the type of person who is easily distracted from work, or who simply does not need another reason to procrastinate, then please do yourself a favor and read no further.

The… Read More...

Ask the Queer Resource Center!

Dear QRC,

I’m puzzled by the name “Queer Resource Center.” Isn’t “queer” an insulting term?

Sincerely, Confused in Cable

Confused,

Great question! You’re right … Read More...

A month with the family in hell

I never considered Murphy’s Law a dramatic technique. I know that fate occasionally has a funny way of pouring one affliction on top of the other until a person can’t help but cr… Read More...

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