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Here’s to four more years

Let’s take a trip back to 2004, when all of the seniors who will shortly graduate were first- years. There was no Facebook, John Kerry was running for President, the Red Sox had yet to break the curse, and gas … Read More...

Music's everywhere

For music fans, perhaps the first glimpses of the upcoming summer festival season can be seen in Indio, CA, where the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will occur a week from today.

Here, fans will brave 100-degree temperatures and … Read More...

Band diversifies album options

diverse-city-3-7-08_page_4_image_0003.jpgNine Inch Nail’s Trent Reznor has long detested aspects of the music industry, and the release of his most recent album of instrumentals, Ghosts I-IV, has made waves in a similar fashion to Radiohead’s pioneering “pay what you want” release … Read More...

No TV? Just watch it on your PC

Today, many college students do not even own a television. It is seen as a kind of distraction from work, friends, and extra curricular activities. While not having a television is not completely necessary, at some times it could definitely … Read More...

Punk Rock finishes year of concerts off with a bang

The final concert at Brandeis this academic year sponsored by the Punk Rock and Roll Club promises to be another great free show with several talented up-and-coming bands. The Lovely Feathers, Ra Ra Riot, and Math the Band will round … Read More...

NishNash rather nifty

In the past, ordering out has often resulted in confusion and misinterpretation. Ordering food over the phone is more popular now than ever, as over fifty percent of all restaurant business is done off-premises. Being put on hold, not having … Read More...

Super slashers for Friday the 13th

Today marks yet another one of those fabled Friday the 13ths– a day that has long been considered unlucky and also one which conjures images of the masked killer of the numerous Friday the 13th slasher films, Jason Voorhees. Undoubtedly, … Read More...

Vonnegut's death end of an era

Many college students have been inspired by the strange, whimsical novels of the renowned American author Kurt Vonnegut, who just this week passed away at the age of 84. His loss is a significant one, as he was considered by … Read More...

Two decades since local Boston band started their wave of mutilation

Modest Mouse just released its latest album this March. The album, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, immediately hit the Billboard Top 200 charts. The band's impressive chart performance has been yet another sign of the recent wave … Read More...

Free and easy: the online music scene

Over the past couple of years the commercial radio station has taken quite the hit. Listeners will no longer put up with an endless slew of ads every hour in order to hear a usually very limited amount of music … Read More...

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