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The good, the bad and Tristan and Isolde

As someone who took Arthurian Literature last semester, I recognized the names Tristan and Isolde when I first heard about this movie. Since I didnt actually read about them in class, I only knew what… Read More...

Great Day for a Race rocks out at Brandeis

Brandeis own Great Day for a Race, after much anticipation from those devoted Chums fans, released their debut album, All that Life Intends. To be honest, I have little faith in college bands in general,… Read More...

Hope the hype will help: a music preview

In the 1996 film The Great White Hype, the faux boxing world in the Hollywood tale was thrown into a whirlwind of popular public interest in the sport due to one promoters ideal to pit… Read More...

Qimmeq and the cafeteria caper

Fall semester: Seems like only yesterday. Fear. Dysentery. Midterms. And none of us will ever forget the events of 12/11, the day that changed Brandeis forever Students had been getting sick for several days, vanishing… Read More...

Something old, something newundergrad theater preview

This article is dedicated to those who think there is nothing to do at Brandeis because this semesters undergraduate theater scene offers so much varietyfrom light, amusing comedies to politically-charged dramas and from Renaissance classics… Read More...

Comedian Max Lance to perform at Brandeis

Collegehumor.com humorist and comedian Max Lance will be performing at Brandeis this upcoming Sunday at 9:30 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center. The 21 year old began hitting the club scene in New York at… Read More...

Humanites v sciences with a whipped topping of perversion

The average student at a liberal arts school such as ours generally has two choices regarding which path to take through four years of quality education offered by top-notch staff and state-of-the-art duck and squirrel… Read More...

The top 10 of 2005

With remixes, collaborations, comebacks, reunions, and double albums, 2005 has presented one of the better years of music in the last decade. Although there was still a considerable amount of mediocre (Dave Matthews Bands Stand… Read More...

Perhaps not Broadway-ready, but an enjoyable evening nonetheless

Last weekend, The Two Orphans, penned by Theresa Rebeck (M.A. '83, M.F.A. '86, Ph.D. 89) with music by Kim D. Sherman and lyrics by Rebeck and John Sheehy (M.F.A. 89), began its world-premier run as… Read More...

Staff Favorites

Dave Ostrowksy Sports Movie: Wedding Crashers and War of the Worlds Book: Life and Death of Lou Gehrig Song: I enjoyed everything Beck Holden Copy Plays: UTC productions – Proof by David Auburn (Dir. Adam… Read More...
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