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Summer music medley compilation

As Rob Crow sang and they played/and you watched til the end of the summer in front of a packed house at The Paradise, he unofficially ushered in the coming of summer and the coming… Read More...

Deep is the gulf

NAT WEATHER SVC TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL TROPICAL DEPRESSION TWELVE ADVISORY 5PM EDT TUE 23AUG 2005 TWELFTH DEPRESSION OF THE SEASON FORMS OVER THE BAHAMAS; TROPICAL STORM WARNINGS ISSUED I. Crossing Over Water At… Read More...

Fall TV Preview

If the wacktastic weather, classes, and people you havent seen in three months dont convince you that its fall, theres one surefire thing that will. Its the kickoff of the new fall tv season. If… Read More...

FPTC provides new avenue for student theatre

This year, another new theatre group will be offering a series of plays to Brandeis audiences. The Free Play Theatre Collective (FPTC) was founded last year by Artistic Director Josh Mervis 08 and Managing Director… Read More...

Get ready for it: feel-good hit of the summer

In the most recent issue of Spin, the usually insightful Chuck Klosterman declared how our generation will forever be defined by the music of the Killers. I sincerely hope Klosterman is incorrect on that stance;… Read More...

The Hoot sits down with Richard from O.A.R.

Hoot: The history of O.A.R. goes way back. Tell us a little bit about how the band got started. Richard: Well, it all began back in grade school in Maryland. Marc and Chris, both of… Read More...

America's real problem

It all started when I was 16 and three quarters. In the state of Massachusetts at age 16 and a half we Mass residents are given the opportunity to get our licenses. I didnt pass… Read More...

Hope from America: A  letter  to  Papa  in  the  old  country

New Haven: 18 April, 1943 Dear Papa, Sholem alechem! I miss you much and hope this letter should find you safe and well. Please pardon my Yiddish; it has grown a bit rusty in America.… Read More...

Vive le Montral

Sometimes, a girl just needs to go to Canada. Enter Passover break and what was quite possibly one of the least planned and best executed trips of all time. Mere days before leaving, I finally… Read More...

Brandeis goes Hollywood

There was nothing odd about the great white limo parked in front of the paparazzi-lined red carpet, except for the fact that the carpet led up to the Shapiro Campus Center. Its not the Kodak… Read More...