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Growing up with golf

I remember a warm spring day. I walked onto the mat tee—a green square made of beat-up Astroturf—and carefully placed a small white ball onto the rubber tee. About 60 yards ahea… Read More...

Women’s track and field places fifth, men seventh at outdoor UAA Championships

In a weekend full of stiff competition, the Brandeis track and field teams stepped up their game and walked away from the University Athletic Association Championships in St. Lou… Read More...

Men’s tennis finishes fourth at UAA Championships

On the courts of Carnegie Mellon University last weekend, the Brandeis men’s tennis team wrapped up a successful season at the University Athletic Association’s yearly tou… Read More...

Brandeis completes road schedule with two wins

Occasionally, usually less than once a week, the Brandeis softball team has actually lost a game this year.

I know, this seems shocking given their stunning season so far. Never fe… Read More...

Former poet laureate Louise Glück reads from new book

A Village Life: Pultizer Prize-winning poet Louise Glück read her work at The Rose Art Museum.
PHOTO BY Lien Phung/The Hoot

In a series of powerful readings, former United States … Read More...

Chico Colvard presents a ‘Family Affair’

For the average member of a family that has been rocked by abuse, it isn’t exactly easy talking publically about your own situation. Filmmaker Chico Colvard is not average in thi… Read More...

Early Music Ensemble rocks the Renaissance

Two weeks ago, the Brandeis Music Department was catapulted into the 1500s, and it still has yet to return. Following on the heels of the University Chamber Choir’s exploration … Read More...

Don’t panic! ‘Guide’ a scrappy tribute to original

I went to the Brandeis Official Readers’ Guild’s (BORG) production of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” with some reservations. I love Douglas Adams’ radio pl… Read More...

Moving beyond skinny jeans and shaggy hair

Quick: name five female artists you listen to on a regular basis. Now name five artists of color. I came to the somewhat startling realization, as someone who identifies as a femini… Read More...

Dancing to the beat of my own drum

I discovered African dance during the fall of my junior year while I was studying abroad in Chile. Valparaiso was putting on its huge annual street parade. It featured, among other … Read More...

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