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Soundtrack of summer

Intro: June The endless days of basking in the sun on a beautiful beach; these are the moments that remind people of those glorious months of summer. Yet, Im not one of those people; I… Read More...

The ship and the caravan

The Intercultural Center (ICC) was a hotbed of activity last season with two farewell dinners. In April, the ICC and SASA (South Asian Students Association) banquets featured speeches by outgoing seniors, and by other students… Read More...

Treasure hunt helps build understanding

The treasure is the knowledge you gain, said BBSO Co-President Kyle Turner. Last Sundays Hillel- and BBSO-sponsored Treasure Hunt, with its 20-odd participants, was hardly the most crowd-drawing event of the year. Yet it stands… Read More...

Jump! The thrill of falling through the sky

Whats the most incredible, mind-shocking sensory experience youve ever had? (No, not that.) What I mean is: Would you jump from an airplane? I did. I realized that life on earth is incredibly exciting, said… Read More...

CULTURE BRIEF: Bronstein to feature fireworks

This years Blockbuster Bronstein, Student Events spring celebration, features campus events throughout the week. Today brings miniature golf on Usdans front lawn and a 10 p.m. showing of The Incredibles on the Shapiro Great Lawn.… Read More...

INTERVIEW: Presidents of the United States prepare to rock Brandeis

Admit it: you own a copy of a Creed CD, you downloaded Sugar Rays Every Morning, and you absolutely love the Presidents of the United States of America. While listening to Creed or Sugar Ray… Read More...

OSTROWSKY: Ten things to change about Deis athletics

If I were the director of Brandeis athletics for a day, I would… Brandeis IM Football needs pads like the NFL needs the New England Patriots. It is evident that the concept of intramural football… Read More...

Flutie talks to The Hoot

Dave Ostrowsky: Is this your first time at Brandeis? Doug Flutie: Oh no, Ive done events here before and played in some tourney basketball games here and done different things over here. DO: Were you… Read More...

Pro athletes featured attraction at Brandeis sports show

Patriots Day is officially April 18th. For the Brandeis/Waltham community Patriots Day was this past Sunday at Gosman Arena. Current and former Patriots players including Ty Warren, Vince Wilfork, Roosevelt Colvin and Doug Flutie were… Read More...

Ballroom Dancers rock MITs Rockwell Cage

Art and sport were merged potently together at the 2005 MIT Open Ballroom Dance held April 2nd & 3rd, 2005 at Rockwell Gymnasium on MITs campus in Cambridge, MA. In a two day dance off… Read More...
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