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ON YOUR MARKS: Get interrupted and watch PTI

The best aspect of writing a column for a campus newspaper is that you know who is going to read it. My good friends will sit down and read an article with my picture near it. Professors involved in the … Read More...

Marx in Soho, Zinn at Brandeis

Marx in Soho, a one-man show written by prominent historian and political scientist Howard Zinn, was performed on campus Thursday, Mar. 3. In the role of Marx was actor/sociology professor Jerry Levy, who sported 19th-century dress, an inscrutable German-British accent, … Read More...

OSTROWSKY: On This Day Brady And Her Bunch Ruled

You will not find her name printed all over the womens basketball game summaries on the athletic page of the Brandeis web site. When casually talking about the Brandeis womens hoops team, there are probably five names more likely to … Read More...

CLUB SPOTLIGHT: Click to help Tsunami victims

Between Feb. 14 and Mar. 31, Brandeis students are pitted against universities across the nation in the Oxfam America Collegiate Clickdrive, a campaign to raise funds for micro-credit relief for victims of the recent tsunami in Southeast Asia. Students pay … Read More...

OSTROWSKY: Questionable Judgement

The Evil Empire has struck again. This time it is in the form of Womens Division III College Basketball. At the Cole Center in NYU in front of a booming crowd of 1,914 the lady Judges, ranked number 13 in … Read More...

VERBATIM: Female orgasm workshop

The following event was posted on the myBrandeis calendar for March 3. It is presented here without comment.

Female Orgasm and Enjoyment

Frustrated because your friends are always talking about what great orgasms they have and you dont know if … Read More...

PERSPECTIVE: Trisk aims to raise awareness of anti-gay blood donation policies

Imagine youve seen the signs all over campus advertising last weeks Red Cross blood drive. All your friends are wearing Be nice to me! I donated blood today stickers. You want to contribute to this life-saving endeavor, too. But when … Read More...

OSTROWSKY: The Roaring 2000s

If you are a Boston sports fan you do not want the 2000s to end. Its as simple as that. The second half is just underway and there arent many signs of slowing down.
Your football team won its third … Read More...

Deis for Life advocates for an unpopular message, but not looking for controversy

Deis for Life, a recently chartered club on campus, is dedicated to serious, yet open, discussion of their views against abortion.

Though disseminating right-to-life ideas is the main purpose, pursuant to the clubs charter with the Student Union, the club … Read More...

FICTION: Beads Part 4: Truck

( … 9 years earlier )

Do you want me to drive? he asked, wiping away the last of the snow off the windshield. She waved him away from the door.

No, no. I can do it, she assured him, … Read More...

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