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HEAD TO HEAD: Confessions of a Yankees fan

Everyone has something they love, something they’re passionate about. For me that thing is the New York Yankees. My obsession (as I will honesty call it) began over a decade ago w… Read More...

Men’s soccer finishes out non-conference play for the year with a win

A Winning Run: Brandeis soccer closes out non-conference play with a 2-0 shutout, bringing their record to 6-8-1 as they prepare to enter conference play Friday.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot</i>

A Winning Run: Brandeis soccer closes out non-conference play with a 2-0 shutout, bringing their record to 6-8-1 as they prepare to enter conference play Friday.
PHOTO BY Yuan Yao

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Hockey needs to check itself before it wrecks itself

The World Series started Wednesday night, and congrats to the Phillies who won 6-1, but frankly I have little interest. I mean no disrespect to all the Yankees and Phillies fans out … Read More...

Obbini Tumbao shakes up Brandeis with Latin grooves

As I walked out of Slosberg last Saturday night, one distinct impression surfaced my mind: “Damn, Brandeis can dance.”

For those of you who weren’t showing off your salsa sk… Read More...

A modern variation of a classic love story

Above:  Jordie Goodman ‘12 engages in an on-stage battle during Act III.<br /><i>PHOTOS BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Above: Jordie Goodman ‘12 engages in an on-stage battle during Act III.
PHOTOS BY Max Shay/The Hoot

Some stories are good, and some good stories are classics. But only a handful o… Read More...

Boring ‘White Collar’ stigma broken with USA’s sexy new show

The term “white collar” gets a whole new meaning with the help of the newest show from the USA network of the same name. No longer just a description for mundane paper-pushing of… Read More...

'Wild Things' makes my heart sing

The thing about having a happy childhood is that no matter how well-adjusted, privileged, and otherwise positively-thinking I was as a child, I can still recall the most minor of s… Read More...

Burmese monks advocate democracy, civil rights

‘doing’ civil rights: Burmese Monk U Agga advocates for democracy and civil rights in his homeland with fellow monks U Pyinya Zawta and U Gawsita.  All three were exiled from Burma after participating in pro-democracy protests.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot</i>

‘doing’ civil rights: Burmese Monk U Agga advocates for democracy and civil rights in his homeland with fellow monks U Pyinya Zawta and U Gawsita. All three were exiled from Bu

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Hamza says ‘Talk to an Iraqi’

24 year old Iraqi journalist and photographer Haider Hamza spoke about his experiences living through the Iraq War at a lecture Tuesday evening in Goldfarb library.

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Doctor who lost three daughters in Gaza War addresses need for peace

A doctor who lost three daughters during the Gaza War spoke about the need for peace and cooperation in the Middle East in Olin-Sang auditorium Wednesday.

Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, … Read More...

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