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Ancient tale of woe stirs modern souls: “Hecuba” retranslated and revived

<i>PHOTO BY Mike Lovett/Brandeis University</i>

PHOTO BY Mike Lovett/Brandeis University

]“Let’s not make a Greek tragedy out of this.”

We’ve all heard that weary plea so many times that when an opportunity arises to ac… Read More...

Mochila reveals extraordinary talent in debut album

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

PHOTO BY Max Shay /The Hoot

Named after the Spanish word for backpack, featuring instruments from a wide variety of musical traditions, and combining influences from traditiona… Read More...

Chilling with Mochila on the eve of its album release

During the course of the past year, no musical ensemble has managed to capture the imagination and spirit of Brandeis’s mission to promote harmony among different cultures qui… Read More...

Culture X forum for intercultural artistic expressions

Let’s be honest. The past month hasn’t been good for intercultural relations at Brandeis.

The challenge to the Racial Minority Union Senate position went to the Uni… Read More...

The “Adventure” of adolesence

I’ve seen numerous of films with my parents. Some of these movies I’ve viewed within the confines of my own home and others I have ventured out to the movie theaters to watch with … Read More...

Cello recital showcases many styles of Alterman

“Student recital” is a term that carries an air of sloppiness and unprofessionalism. My immediate mental image of the word “recital” is a bunch of elem… Read More...

Louis-Rosenberg explains dangers of Mountain Top Removal Mining

Mountain top mining: Mathew Louis-Rosenberg explains the health hazards of mounain top mining and its effect on water supplies on Monday.<br />PHOTO BY Abraham Berin/The Hoot

Mountain top mining: Mathew Louis-Rosenberg explains the health hazards of mounain top mining and its effect on water supplies on Monday.
PHOTO BY Abraham Berin/The Hoot

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Genesis Group donates $10.8 mil. to create scholarship fund

The university received a $10.8 million dollar grant from the Genesis Philanthropy Group (GPG) in order to establish a Brandeis Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry.

The grant wo… Read More...

“God Sleeps in Rwanda” provides insight on living with HIV after the Genocide

God sleeps in rwanda: Supreetha Gubbala ‘12 introduces the film “God Sleeps in Rwanda” in Levin Ballroom monday night.<br />PHOTO BY Judy Kaufman/The Hoot

God sleeps in rwanda: Supreetha Gubbala ‘12 introduces the film “God Sleeps in Rwanda” in Levin Ballroom monday night.
PHOTO BY Judy Kaufman/The Hoot

“[HIV medication] … Read More...

He does it his way

CHIEF: Director of Public Safety Ed Callahan has worked at Brandeis for the past 30 years and has served as chief of police for the past 10 years. Before coming to Brandeis, Callahan worked at Children's Hospital in Boston and Boston City Hospital. While most police chiefs are seen as stern and authoritative, Callahan infuses fun into his job and is a well-known figure on the Brandeis campus.<br />PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

CHIEF: Director of Public Safety Ed Callahan has worked at Brandeis for the past 30 years and has served as chief of police for the past 10 years. Before coming to Brandeis, Callahan

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