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Israeli documentary views conflict through refreshing lens

On Wednesday, Nov. 19, Brandeis students had the opportunity to view and discuss the film “On the Side of the Road” with Israeli director Lia Tarachansky. Produced by Naretiv … Read More...

Artist Betbeze explores innovative media

Visiting artist Anna Betbeze came to talk at Brandeis on Wednesday, Nov. 19 in Goldman Smith.

Born in 1980 in Columbus, Georgia, she received her BFA from the University of Georgia … Read More...

Men’s basketball defeated in final seconds

After a long, eight-month wait, the Brandeis men’s basketball team finally returned to action on Wednesday night at home against visiting UMass Dartmouth. Twelve ties and 18 l… Read More...

Brandeis Wind Ensemble impresses at semester concert

Last Sunday, Nov. 16, the Brandeis Wind Ensemble, lead by Tom Souza, held its biannual end of the semester concert, titled “Celebrations.” Consisting of a wide variety of win… Read More...

French and German campus organizations combine to host Franco-German unity party

The Brandeis French and Francophone Club teamed up with the Center of German European studies to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of World War I by hosting the Franco-German … Read More...

‘Good Doctor,’ decent production

As the audience enters the SCC Theater to watch Hillel Theater Group’s production of “The Good Doctor” by Neil Simon and Anton Chekhov, they are greeted by the sight of a spar… Read More...

Peer-to-peer language program engages students

As an initiative implemented to provide students with access to languages not normally taught at Brandeis, the Student Language Exchange Program is a unique asset to the Brandei… Read More...

Playwriting club debuts

At the core of theatre (and life) is storytelling.” So says Ayelet Schrek ’17, one of the founders of the new club BARD—Brandeis Association of Rising Dramatists. Schrek ca… Read More...

Second-round heartbreak

Women’s soccer made it past the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday with a 2-0 win over Penn State-Behrend. The Judges got their first goal in the 18th minute when Cidney M… Read More...

‘Art’: one of the most compelling and artistic shows of semester

“My friend Serge has bought a painting. Serge is one of my oldest friends.” So begins “Art,” written by Yasmina Reza, a play that follows the tension between three friends… Read More...

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