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Wisdom in shades of grey

I. Beyond The Blue Horizon Out in the far-western Pacific lies a young nation of widely-scattered islands and coral atolls called the Federated States of Micronesia. It covers an area of ocean as large as… Read More...

Saved by the Bell: our college years

Not since Elizbeth Berkley iced her nipples to pointy perfection in the campy classic Showgirls have “Saved by the Bell” alums created such a stir on the pop culture landscape. Now, not one, but two… Read More...

Brimming with love of the glove

Why does SSIS sell latex gloves? What do they have to do with sex? While talk of sex usually focuses on the genitalia, we must not forget the most adaptable, playful, stimulating, and sensual organs… Read More...

The story of Lito

I. In Early Memory Next thing I remember, I am walking down the street Im feeling alright; Im with my boys, Im with my troops, yeah, And down along the avenue, some guys were shooting… Read More...

Broken Social Scene and Flogging Mollygood golly

During the halfway point of October, smack dab in the middle of midterm season and when the weather makes the leaves and people change shades of color, the Brandeis community will be given a real… Read More...

Director of FPTC premiere speaks to Hoot

This week, I had the chance to sit down and speak with Katie Nadworny 09, the director of the Free Play Theatre Cooperatives first production, Summer Evenings in Des Moines by Charles Mee. Hoot: Why… Read More...

Be planning

Q: Can I get the morning-after pill on campus? A: Yes. The Brandeis Health Center supplies Plan B, a brand of emergency contraceptive, or EC. EC is popularly known as the morning-after pill because we… Read More...

There's no place like Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Your Monday nights at ten just got a new home. Just tune in to NBC and prepare to indulge in some televisiony goodness. The latest from West Wing mastermind Aaron Sorkin is already one of… Read More...

Welcome back overseas: AreturntoDaufuskie

In his book, Pat Conroy called it Yamacraw Island to protect its anonymity, knowing that even a place seemingly forgotten by time would need protection from times onslaught. Its true name is Daufuskie: An enchanting,… Read More...

Due date for Arts Fest grant extended

As you may or may not be aware, every spring here at Brandeis since 1952 the Office of the Arts puts on the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts. This is a five-day cultural… Read More...
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