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A cup of coffee

If there is anything more American than a large cup of coffee, then it could only be the Dunkin Donuts (in Massachusetts) or Starbucks (everywhere else) we buy it from. Not to get educational, but… Read More...

Do You Know Your Greys Anatomy?

Youre out drinking the night before your first day at a new job and end up sleeping with a guy. The next morning, when you show up for work, Derek from last night turns out… Read More...

Conspiracy theory

Editors Note: Lincoln Conspiracy drummer/singer Steve Lourie took some time to talk to The Hoot after a free concert at Chums. David Pepose: How long have you guys been playing together? Steve Lourie: Weve been… Read More...

The Joshua Tree entertains at The Stein

The members of The Joshua Tree claim they come to places like Brandeis to provide a way for other fans to hear and appreciate the music of U2 in an intimate setting without having to… Read More...

At the turning

This is the story told at this time each year with a regularity as sure as the beating of a young heart. The day it would cease to be told: That indeed is the day… Read More...

MOVIE REVIEW: Pretty Persuasion persuades audiences around the globe

First-time feature film director Marcos Siega opens Pretty Persuasion by panning across a number of remarkably similar girls from the knees up and the neck down. Their heads are invisible, as those features are not… Read More...

BTC offers undergraduate opportunities

Last week Eric Hill, Chair of the Theater Arts Department, was kind enough to spare a few minutes to discuss the new Brandeis Theater Company (BTC) with The Hoot. In creating the BTC, Hill hopes… Read More...

FARBER: Streaking your way to better grades

If any of you have ever gotten on stage during the camp-wide talent show in a giant T-shirt with your legs through the sleeves and your head through the neck hole thereby making it impossible… Read More...

Mercy

Dear God, help us. Hear our prayers and have mercy The hurricane was summed up well in a newspaper quote as corpses floated down the street in the devastated Gulf Coast city: The weak and… Read More...

The Noodle Alcove – Some of Bostons finest cuisine

For those of you who are new to Brandeis, or who dont go to Boston often, or just cant find good places to eat, finding a decent Chinese restaurant is always a good way to… Read More...
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