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AWUBY-DUBY-ZUBY-BUBY-WOO!

For as long as I can remember, humans have been reproducing themselves through a well-known biological process known as reproducing themselves. Unfortunately, I cant remember anything before my fourth birthday party. I therefore conclude that… Read More...

Shakespeare, alive and well

Last weekend, Hold Thy Peace rocked Schwartz Auditorium with its production of William Shakespeares classic comedy Twelfth Night, directed by Stacy Lea Horowitz 07 and Sara Tess Neumann 07. Twelfth Night is a play rooted… Read More...

Sun Kills Mouse with Tiny City

Every music fan has their individual dream team: a band compiled of their favorite musicians into one massive supergroup. Yet, with the result of a number of actual supergroups being less than stellar, such as… Read More...

Grandpas picture

“So say goodbye; its Independence Day Its Independence Day; little boys must run away. And just say goodbye; its Independence Day All men must make their way, come Independence Day.” Bruce Springsteen I. Through Memorys… Read More...

Big names, little albums

Theres no question that 2005 has provided one of the more eclectic years for new music releases in recent memory. From the ambitious double album efforts of Bright Eyes and Foo Fighters, to Bloc Partys… Read More...

Seeking good times…

Its about that time of year again. No, not the time when all TV shows start running those annoying reruns (although thats true). This is the time for all of the complaints about Brandeiss social… Read More...

Impaled by a CowHurricane over Miami

All right guys and females. I have something important to say. In some ways, what I am about to say is quite tragic. In other ways, it is even more tragic. And in still other… Read More...

Coheed & Cambrias Musical Madness

Its official: geek is the new chic. If the over-abundance of Napoleon Dynamite paraphernalia isnt enough to convince you of this, then certainly the widening popularity of bands like Death Cab for Cutie and Coheed… Read More...

Fool for Love: a powerful start to the UTCs fall season

Last weekend, the Undergraduate Theater Collectives fall season got underway with the Brandeis Players production of Sam Shepards Fool for Love, directed by David Klasko. While waiting for the show to begin, the curtains were… Read More...

101 Reasons For Pho

Okay, so its not really 101 reasons. Its actually 1.01. Because thats how much your entire meal will cost. (Beat that, Usdan). Okay, so maybe I exaggerated a little. But its not too far off… Read More...
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