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The Dropkick Murphys rock out in their element

On St. Patrick’s Day, no type of music seems as fitting as Celtic-infused punk rock. The greatest of all Boston-based bands, the Dropkick Murphys, know this full well, which is w… Read More...

In Memoriam: Natasha Richardson

Natasha Richardson, the glamorous star of stage and screen and the third generation of the Redgrave acting dynasty, died Wednesday night at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York after h… Read More...

Water bottle reduction a priority again after five month lull

<i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

The sale of bottled water in the Usdan Café and Boulevard will be stopped, according to Students for Environmental Action (SEA) President Matt Schmidt … Read More...

Rosenbauer speaks about using soccer for female empowerment

After a week watching her host brother and his friends play soccer every afternoon while in Equador last spring, Brooke Rosenbauer ‘09 finally asked to play.

Ignoring his laugh… Read More...

Globe Washington Bureau Chief details Senator Ted Kennedy’s life

Canellos Speaks to Brandeis: Image Gallery

<i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

Peter S. Canellos, Washington Bureau Chief for the Boston Globe and editor of “Last Lion: The Fall and Rise … Read More...

Former child soldier speaks out for those who can’t

CHild soldier: Grace Akallo spoke on Wednesday at the Heller school about her experiences as a child soldier in Uganda in 1996.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

CHild soldier: Grace Akallo spoke on Wednesday at the Heller school about her experiences as a child soldier in Uganda in 1996.
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

When Grace Akallo was 15 ye… Read More...

Student talks Rose on Boston area T.V.

Student Union Director of Communication’s Jamie Ansorge’s ’09 appearance on WGBH’s Greater Boston to discuss the future of the Rose Art Museum has sparked anger among B… Read More...

After great season, Women end at Elite Eight

WBBALL: Brandeis’ Morgan Kendrew ‘12 (No. 31, left) looks on while head coach Carol Simon speaks with the team during a time out.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

WBBALL: Brandeis’ Morgan Kendrew ‘12 (No. 31, left) looks on while head coach Carol Simon speaks with the team during a time out.
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

The Brandeis women… Read More...

Rookies pull Judges to victory 9-5

Baseball is a game of numbers. Number of hits, number of errors, number of outs, walks, balls in play etcetera, etcetera. I say this because the Brandeis baseball team survived a nu… Read More...

Brandeis sends three to nationals

This weekend Brandeis fencing will send three fencers to Penn State as they take on the best of the best in collegiate fencing. Making his fourth straight trip to the NCAA’s is cap… Read More...

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