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When in Granada, you don’t do Nada

A view of the Spanish Alhambra, a 14th century fortress.<br /><i>PHOTOS BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot</i>

A view of the Spanish Alhambra, a 14th century fortress.
PHOTOS BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

I went to a Moroccan-style restaurant the other night–a Tuesday, I believe, at about 9:… Read More...

Hall of fame or hall of shame? Baseball’s greats break the rules

<i>ILLUSTRATION BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot</i>

ILLUSTRATION BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot

After the Alex Rodriguez scandal of last weekend, many are questioning if anybody was clean from the steroid era of baseball. Furtherm… Read More...

Weekend road trip ends in frustration for Judges

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Judges play Washington University in a home game two weeks ago.<br /><i>PHOTO By Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Judges play Washington University in a home game two weeks ago.
PHOTO By Max Shay/The Hoot

The Brandeis women’s basketball team spent last weekend on the … Read More...

Athletics have value

With the current environment of budget cuts and revenue losses, it seems that everyone is focusing on the Rose Art Museum and other parts of the university that have recently met th… Read More...

Men’s BBall lose weekend games

It was a crucial moment for the men’s basketball, with five straight games on the road, the Judges needed to come out unified and strong in order to compete for a postseason bid. As … Read More...

To sleep, perchance to dream a vision of Herman Hesse’s “Siddhartha” on the Brandeis stage

 

 

Have you ever had a dream that shook you to the core and changed the way you look at the world? In “Siddhartha: a Jungian Fantasy in Three Acts with Prelude,” Eric Hill’s … Read More...

Arts resources at Brandeis: Use them or lose them

<i>PHOTO BY Amira Mintz-Morgenthau/The Hoota</i>

PHOTO BY Amira Mintz-Morgenthau/The Hoota

Amidst all the insanity and media frenzy over the Rose Art Museum debacle, there was one simple moment that came to eclipse all the other… Read More...

ICC Corner: Brandeis celebrates Asian/Pacific heritage

The Brandeis Asian American Student Association, also known as BAASA, originated in 1971 in the midst of the Vietnam War. With anti-Asian sentiment brewing, it was created to pre… Read More...

Inside the actor’s studio: typecasting

diverse-city-2-13-09_page_2_image_0002Columbia in “Rocky Horror,” Roberta in “Quickies,” Mallory/Avril in “City of Angels,” Louise in “Gypsy”… it seems that if you need someone to be onstage in li… Read More...

A swastika in Portland

 

 

On Jan. 30, a dozen people attacked the Tiferet Israel synagogue in Venezuela, throwing Torah scrolls, damaging others, and leaving graffiti on the walls. The synagogue s… Read More...

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