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Men’s Soccer: The search for mediocrity

It has been a trying season for Coach Mike Coven’s squad. A promising 5-1 start to the season has long since been a distant memory as a seven game winless streak essentially dashed … Read More...

A quantum more Bourne than Bond

There are not many films that are released in the UK before they are released in the US. Unfortunately for us, there are two big film series that are. These are the Harry Potter and Bon… Read More...

A once in a lifetime show: David Byrne rocks Boston with new and classic works

There comes a time in every journalist’s career when he or she must survey past work and pause for self-reflection. I’ve been going through some of my old articles and discover… Read More...

How I spent Election Day: A diary of canvassing in New Hampshire for Barack Obama

On Tuesday November 4, the world witnessed history. But, I am not going to go into detail about what happened from a historic perspective. The only people who do not realize the signRead More...

Brandeis Votes!

From the opening of the polls to President elect Barack Obama’s speech in Grant Park, the Brandeis campus was abuzz with Election Day anticipation.

Jeremy Patton ‘11 waits for the Brandeis shuttle Tuesday, to take him to the polls.

Jeremy Patton ‘11 waits fo

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POETRY: Ambiguous Love…

There are things we don’t say

and things we don’t mean,

but what happens when something’s

right in between?

I still feel each one

Each palm of his hand

like a lingering kiss

Whe… Read More...

Of Montreal takes on birthdays and Halloween

Halloween came to Boston early this year, as Of Montreal took the stage at the Orpheum Theatre Thursday night. Body paint, rabbit costumes, dancing soldiers with guns, and more gl… Read More...

A funny thing happened on the way to the French court: Theater class offers unique interpretation of Molière

Theater producers have been known to make some questionable artistic choices in attempts to breathe new life into classic plays. Whether the productions change the gender of the … Read More...

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