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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 wa… Read More...

Soccer, anyone?

Soccer has never been Americas game. Actually, its never even been in the top five. Football, baseball, basketball, and even hockey have constantly overshado… Read More...

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor:

I am writing to express my gratitude to Herschel Simon Hartz. Not to comment on his writing, I can safely say that he saved the next eight months of my life!

How,… Read More...

Whats in your computer?

On my computer, youll find OpenOffice.org, Firefox, the GIMP and a variety of other programs that are free. But these programs arent free like that pirated version o… Read More...

The increasing irrelevancy of feminism

In a poll conducted by CBS News in May 2005, 17% of women said that being called a feminist is an insult. Moreover, only 48% think a stronger womens movement is needed. Why is … Read More...

Student hit by car

At approximately 2:10 pm Wednesday, a female Brandeis student was struck by an unidentified elderly driver as she crossed South Street along the Lindsay Pool area. The accid… Read More...

More exciting than parents weekend?

This weekend was officially Parents Weekend. As such, Brandeis administration rushed to make sure that the school we all enjoy year-round looked nothing like it did when the … Read More...

SUDAN pursues divestment

The Brandeis chapter of Students Taking Action Now: Darfur (STAND) is about to begin a major campus-wide campaign to convice Brandeis administration to divest its holdings from … Read More...

First they came for the Communists

I was banned from Brandeis for distributing Revolution, the weekly paper of the Revolutionary Communist Party (R.C.P.), and this fits into a pattern nationally. Criti… Read More...

Trustees approve debt for new science buildings

The Board of Trustees approved a motion Wednesday to allow the University to take on $100 million dollars in debt for a new science facility.

We can now move on with schematic design… Read More...

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