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Images of Pakistan reveal a land of beauty

 

 

This was written on a blog series about US-Pakistan Relations called Hope Within Pakistan for Senator John Kerry. It is incredibly important for Brandeis students to know … Read More...

What did you do over break?

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Laissez bon temps rouler

 

 

Last weekend I traveled to New Orleans for the celebration of Mardi Gras. The holiday, which translates to “Fat Tuesday,” acts as the final party before Ash Wednesday a… Read More...

An intimate evening in a sold out crowd with Antony

 

 

Every generation there comes a singer whose voice radically reshapes conventions and standards of vocal beauty. Artists like Nina Simone, Patti Smith, Tom Waits, and Tho… Read More...

Revive Mumbai

The members of Revive: Mumbai, believe that a global face of terrorism requires a united response. Created after the November 26th, 2008 attacks in South Mumbai, we continue to ad… Read More...

Obsession

Human beings take comfort in routine. Daily routines can range from the typical—coffee in the morning on the way to class—to the more peculiar, compulsive habits like chewin… Read More...

Union creates communications task force

TASK FORCE: Kay Cook ‘11 takes notes durring the Town Hall on Academic Restructuring yesterday evening.  Cook is one of seven members of the new student union executive communications task force.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

TASK FORCE: Kay Cook ‘11 takes notes durring the Town Hall on Academic Restructuring yesterday evening. Cook is one of seven members of the new student union executive communic

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Bylaw could censure senators with poor attendance

Student Union senators who miss more than two senate meetings will automatically be considered for censure if a new senate bylaw authored by Executive Senator Andrew Brooks ‘0… Read More...

Merit aid portable for study abroad

<i>INFOGRAPHIC Alex Schneider/The Hoot</i>

INFOGRAPHIC Alex Schneider/The Hoot

Sophomore and first year merit scholars on named merit scholarships will now be able to use their merit aid to study abroad, Assistant Dean of … Read More...

Writer considers intersection between Judaism and sexuality

SEXUALITY: Author Leslea Newman reads from one of her books at her speaking event “You can’t be lesbian, you’re Jewish!” Sunday night in the ICC.<br /><i>PHOTO By Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

SEXUALITY: Author Leslea Newman reads from one of her books at her speaking event “You can’t be lesbian, you’re Jewish!” Sunday night in the ICC.
PHOTO By Max Shay/The Hoo

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