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Peggle remains addictive

If you have played Peggle on any of the multiple consoles where it has been previously released, you know what you are getting into with the XBLA release of this addictive puzzler. T… Read More...

Oatmeal Cake with Walnut Frosting: Cooking lessons from the Intercultural Center

My grandmother used to make this cake almost every weekday. She would

use the oats left over from making oatmeal for eleven hungry Irish

children, and then serve the cake as an after… Read More...

Ask the Queer Resource Center!

Do you have questions about gender, sexuality, diversity, or acceptance? Would you like anonymous advice from friendly peer counselors?

Check out the Queer Resource Center, th… Read More...

Lydian Quartet dazzles Brandeis on “world tour”

<i>PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot

The Lydian String Quartet is one of those unfortunately overlooked cultural institutions among Brandeis undergraduates. Looking out across the sea o… Read More...

Cynical Optimism: LOL @ the internetz

“I studied three hours for a test that just got cancelled. FML.”

Erm, I’m sorry—was that a typo? FM, what?

It wasn’t until a good two weeks ago that I noticed this newfangl… Read More...

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes “Company”

Company Photo Gallery

<i>PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot

Company. The word alone is enough to drive a person up a wall, at least when it comes to the kind of company that outlasts its welcome. … Read More...

A tribute to Wayne Marshall, a professor remixed

PROF. DJ: Prof. Wayne Marshall spins records at his regular Monday gig at the Enormous Room in Central Square.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Nathan Robinson</i>

PROF. DJ: Prof. Wayne Marshall spins records at his regular Monday gig at the Enormous Room in Central Square.
PHOTO BY Nathan Robinson

Prof. Wayne Marshall (AAAS and MUS) is a man o… Read More...

Cramer vs. Stewart: the media and financial crisis

One week ago was the showdown culminating a week-long media-hyped feud between Jon Stewart and Jim Cramer, of CNBC’s loudest finance show, “ Mad Money.” To commemorate the … Read More...

Brandeis underdog slam team triumphs

The Brandeis Slam Team has just proven itself the ultimate dark horse candidate, becoming the only first year team to advance to the semi-finals of this year’s College Unions Po… Read More...

Brandeis chefs sharpen their knives (and skills) in JSA competition

If you were in Village B from 6-8pm this past Saturday, you may have noticed a group of students working furiously with sharp knives at one of the second floor kitchens. They were act… Read More...

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