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‘Pitch Perfect’ hits the right note

A cappella has recently become more prominent, with shows such as “The Sing Off” and the increasing popularity of a cappella groups on college campuses. The release of “Pit… Read More...

Local painter Mechtaly expresses activism through art

Chama Mechtaly, a local artist, is gifted in her ability to convey the narratives of culturally-marginalized groups and communities in North Africa through her art. She has been … Read More...

Judges go 0-2 on the road, now carry UAA record of 1-4

Following last week’s pair of UAA losses, the women’s basketball team sought to redeem themselves this weekend against two tough teams. They came up short, however, and now h… Read More...

Judges complete Midwest sweep to attain national ranking

This past weekend, the men’s basketball team won both games on their annual Midwest UAA road trip for just the second time in program history, earning a national ranking of No. 19 … Read More...

Women’s art exhibit captures definitions beyond the normative

In one painting, a little girl plays with a gun nearly her own size, a clear commentary on the ravages of gun violence. In another piece, a ballerina with short hair reflects the flui… Read More...

Women’s research center scholars discuss the role of ‘place’

Sponsored by South Street Literary Magazine, the interactive presentation “You’ve Come to the Right Place” stressed the significance of location not only within litera… Read More...

Hemingway urges students to act on the duty of dreams

To celebrate the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. students gathered in the SCC Theater on Monday evening for spoken word poetry, song, dance and reflection, which echoed th… Read More...

Waltham resident arrested in Village for Trespassing

University police arrested a Waltham resident for trespassing in the Village A residence hall last Thursday evening. Police identified the man as Matthew Razani, 26.

Students i… Read More...

Museum of Science collaborates with Brandeis on Dead Sea Scrolls

The Museum of Science has announced an exhibit centered around the Dead Sea Scrolls. Brandeis has been collaborating with the museum since August and will be providing opportuni… Read More...

Brandeis professor assists in Quasar discovery

The recent discovery of a new x-ray emitting quasar by a group of scientists that includes Brandeis’ own Professor John Wardle (PHYS) has challenged our understanding of the un… Read More...

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