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Brandeis goes Hollywood

There was nothing odd about the great white limo parked in front of the paparazzi-lined red carpet, except for the fact that the carpet led up to the Shapiro Campus Center. Its not the Kodak… Read More...

In the forest of our Creator

I. A Wretch Like Me Imagine a nice Jewish boy finishing his second year at Brandeis University. Since starting, hes become connected as never before with his people and his roots. He studies Yiddish and… Read More...

Death never sounded so fun

Fun; its a word that elicits memories of joyous occasions, be they some uproarious party whose hangover passed months ago or even a nice day on the town. While one can hopefully associate such an… Read More...

Nuclear potatoes are the only answer

Are you afraid of the real world? I mean the world outside of the sheltered college environment? Are you even sure it exists in the first place? If you arent, then youre probably a very… Read More...

Dead Man Walking Author Talks with The Hoot

The Nobel and Pulitzer Prize Nominated author of Dead Man Walking, Sister Helen Prejean, took some time after her speech on the Brandeis Institute of Investigative Journalisms Day of Innocence to speak with David Pepose… Read More...

It doesnt cost anything to be nice

I was excited when, for one of my previous articles, the good people at The Hoot enlarged a quote from my mother, It doesnt cost anything to be nice. My parents are visiting Brandeis this… Read More...

Memory Lane

Depending on how many foreign substances you ingested during your freshman year, such as food, water, your roommates food, your roommates water, your roommate, or several of the books assigned for some humanities course that… Read More...

Watching the dung-beetles: NotesfromastudentssemesterinAfrica

Kidogo changu pokea na dua njema nakuombea. (Please accept this little from me, along with my prayers.) Swahili proverb In the dead of night, compound guards were knocking at the door. Pardon us for waking… Read More...

New side of Spike

Spike Lee brings perhaps the most mainstream effort of his career to audiences everywhere this week with Inside Man. After spending more than twenty years using the city of New York as a lens through… Read More...

Theater: Urinetown or bust

Saturday, March 25, the Shapiro Theater found itself over capacity. People filled all 249 seats, as well as two additional rows in the back of the theater. A line stretched out from the box office… Read More...
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