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Not aMUSEd: “The Resistance” album disappoints

For years I have been drowning my thoughts to the sound of Mathew Bellamy’s stirring yet poetic conspiracy theories. When feeling particularly riveted, I would play “Apocal… Read More...

Fads: Friends or foes?

Although fads in literature, style, music and so on traverse across boundaries, allowing for at least one set of shared interests, these fads may or may not be viewed as homogenizi… Read More...

Ask the Queer Resource Center!

diverse city 9-25-09_Page_4_Image_0001Do 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...

Who wears the pants?

Ironically, when the pant sizes started to drop off, so did the amount of men in my life. I always used to dream I was skinny. My mom once told me, “Go for your dreams.” So I did.

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Univ. hopes to help overcrowding with renovations but has no solid plans

Crowds: After the welcoming of an unusually large, 788 student, first-year class Brandeis University has had difficulty providing adequete dining accommodations. Coupled with a fear that, by 2013, University dorms might not be able to house sufficient numbers of students Brandeis has begun considerations for campus-wide renovations, despite a tight budget.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Robert Hammer/The Hoot</i>

Crowds: After the welcoming of an unusually large, 788 student, first-year class Brandeis University has had difficulty providing adequete dining accommodations. Coupled wi

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Rose suit hinges on Museum’s independence

University counsel Thomas Reilly’s Tuesday filing of a motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought against the university by three Rose Art Museum benefactors marks the first proac… Read More...

Sillerman Center introduces competition to encourage philanthropy

ADVANCING PHILANTHROPY: Sillerman Center Director of Capacity Building Claudia Jacobs ‘70 has developed The 2010 Campus Challenge to encourage Brandeis community members to put their minds together across age and program in order to develop innovative philanthropic strategies. <br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

ADVANCING PHILANTHROPY: Sillerman Center Director of Capacity Building Claudia Jacobs ‘70 has developed The 2010 Campus Challenge to encourage Brandeis community members

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Great Expectations

With a new curriculum and fresh faculty, the Arabic program is poised to become a star attraction at Brandeis.

The effort is being spearheaded by Senior Lecturer in Arabic Studies … Read More...

Women’s soccer ties Springfield, shuts out Bridgewater State

Heading off: Brandeis forward Kelly Cozzens ‘11 (No. 4, right), goes up for a header against Bridgewater State defender Christina Amaral (No. 8, left). <br /><i>PHOTO BY Andrew Rauner/The Hoot</i>

Heading off: Brandeis forward Kelly Cozzens ‘11 (No. 4, right), goes up for a header against Bridgewater State defender Christina Amaral (No. 8, left).
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Men’s soccer loses to Clark on the road, drops home opener to WPI

NOSE DIVE: Brandeis Midfielder Sam Ocel ‘13 (No. 13, left) beats a WPI defender. Despite rookie Ocel’s swift moves, the Judges lost to Clark on the road, and lost their home opener against Worcester Polytechnic Institute. <br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

NOSE DIVE: Brandeis Midfielder Sam Ocel ‘13 (No. 13, left) beats a WPI defender. Despite rookie Ocel’s swift moves, the Judges lost to Clark on the road, and lost their home ope

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