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American Horror Story: “Coven” brews up TV magic

The bewitching premiere of American Horror Story’s “Coven” drew in 5.54 million viewers. The premiere is noted for being the largest ever within the American Horror Story … Read More...

Students inspired to find resilience

During the stressful time of midterms, students often need a reminder that others have successfully overcome the same struggles they face and that there are many established sup… Read More...

Mindy Kaling on track for world domination

Although Beyoncé will always be queen of the world, Mindy Kaling is starting to give her a run for her money. She’s certainly dominating the comedy world, creating and starring … Read More...

True Confession of a Netflix Addict: Vampire Diaries Edition

Every month, there is a charge on my debit card of $8.64 from a website that most college students are quite familiar with. A website that has a subscription base of 29.2 million peop… Read More...

Judges lose two UAA matches on the road

On the road last weekend, the 12th-ranked Brandeis men’s soccer team suffered two United Athletic Association losses against Carnegie Mellon and Emory. In Friday’s game ag… Read More...

‘Boeing-Boeing’ a comedic hit

One man. Three beautiful women who worship him. Seems like a dream come true, doesn’t it? In “Boeing-Boeing” (written by Marc Camoletti), Bernard, played by Austin Ko… Read More...

‘Cinema Paradiso’ a nostalgic and poignant piece

“Cinema Paradiso,” an Italian film, traces the lifelong journey of a filmmaker who looks back upon his life in sorrow, unable to reconcile lost loves and memories of his child… Read More...

Univ creates two new positions to study African diaspora

Last week, Brandeis announced a new initiative seeking to expand the Brandeis Department of African and Afro-American Studies (AAAS). The initiative, including a multi-year g… Read More...

Timeflies: too much for Gosman to handle

It is Tuesday, March 8, 2011 and a video has just been uploaded to Youtube. No one at the time realized this little video, featuring two nice Jewish boys who called themselves Timefl… Read More...

Visiting poet discusses race and family ties

Poet Tess Taylor read at Brandeis on Oct. 10, a gloomy Thursday during the month of ghosts. It was a fitting time for her to visit, as her poems explore the ghost of Thomas Jefferson, a … Read More...

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