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Core chosen for class of ’16 orientation

Mitchell Schwartz ’14 applied to be next year’s coordinator of first-year orientation after two successful orientations, one as a first-year and another last year as an Ori… Read More...

Love Your Body Day at Brandeis: challenging media’s narrow beauty ideals

It is no secret that our media’s emphasis on beauty and thinness has fostered a negative body image among the majority of young women. Magazines and advertisements usually feat… Read More...

‘Father’s Footsteps’ a fantastic French film

When I agreed to attend a Jewish film series screening hosted by the Brandeis University Conservative Organization (BUCO) in conjunction with the National Center for Jewish Fil… Read More...

Haunting ‘Melancholia’ probes depression, apocalypse

“Melancholia,” the latest film by Danish provocateur Lars Von Trier, begins with the end: Melancholia, a rogue planet that has been hiding behind the sun for millennia, coll… Read More...

BTC stages lively and error-free ‘Comedy’

The Brandeis Theater Company performed William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” this past weekend.

The play follows two sets of identical twins separated shortly af… Read More...

‘Merely Players’ more than just a side-project for HTP

“Merely Players” was a wholly successful side-project put on by the Shakespeare group Hold Thy Peace this past weekend. A comedy by Brandeis graduate Phoebe Roberts ’09, M… Read More...

‘Au Revoir’ says hello to typical young adult writing

“Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick” by Joe Schreiber is quite the stereotypical young adult novel. All the right moves are made to attract readers to the book: hot girl, hot guy, … Read More...

Arts Recommends

‘Maria Full of Grace’

“Maria Full of Grace” is a shudder-inducing film. For the entirety of the film, the audience is constantly in disbelief as we follow the life of Maria … Read More...

First half disappearing act dooms Judges in second

In their season opener, the Judges fell 91-82 to visiting Lasell College. The Lasell Lasers built a 21-point halftime lead thanks in large part to the Judges’ offensive woes. In … Read More...

Women’s basketball splits first two games

The Brandeis women’s basketball team started off their season in great fashion Tuesday night, beating Worcester Polytechnic Institute 52-42. Guard Diana Cincotta ’12 led … Read More...

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