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Message to a mythical musical master

New York City. New Orleans. Detroit. Seattle. Los Angeles. History has shown that all of these cities have played a role in the development of distinctly American music, with each city offering a breeding ground… Read More...

Game, Set…Match Point?

There are movies out there that are intentionally bizarre. Movies that try to confuse you, or that are so bad, so out there, theyre almost good. Match Point is not any of these things. My… Read More...

Brokeback Mountain: movie of the year?

I enjoy watching cowboy films. Whats not to like? We have our good guys and our bad guys. We are transplanted into a time period and setting that is presumably far simpler, more tranquil than… Read More...

Before this dance is through

In childhood, her pet had been her only comfort. Unlike her roommate, shed never known when it would come. When her roommate got spanked, shed always known why, and how many swats shed get. She… Read More...

Contact your local poison control center immediately

As Brandeis Universitys go-to-guy for questions concerning serious life-altering issues, such as, Why does the university insist on stocking the bathrooms with toilet paper so thin that it disintegrates at the flatulence of a bacterium… Read More...

The color of twilight

Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Dylan Thomas She has always been Grandma to me,… Read More...

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...

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...
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