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Trio Emet brings new life to chamber music

Chamber music, a division of classical music known for its scarce instrumentation, has long been the preferred form of classical music for harboring an intimate relationship be… Read More...

Spotlight on the Student Union Judiciary

The Brandeis University Student Union, our student government, has many functions and branches, such as club allocations and legislation. However, the organization also has o… Read More...

Two students set off social media challenge to raise awareness of climate change

Carly Chernomorets ’16 and her best friend Abbie Goldberg ’16 posted a picture on Facebook on Jan. 30 that started a movement: the Climate Change Crop Top Challenge. In the pic… Read More...

Softball team starts season in California

The women’s softball team began their season with three games in California over the recent break. On Tuesday, Feb. 16 the Judges played a doubleheader against the No. 18 team in … Read More...

Men’s basketball drops games over break

Over February break the Brandeis’ men’s basketball team, despite best efforts, still struggled to secure a win. So far this season the men’s team has a record of 9-15 with an … Read More...

Swim team finishes season with UAA tournament

This past weekend the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams concluded their seasons at the University Athletic Association championships at the University of Roches… Read More...

Deadpool delivers high action sequences, sex jokes, and juvenile gore

Tonally, “Deadpool” is very similar to two movies I do not like at all: 2010’s “Kick-Ass” and last year’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” Both of those movies ar… Read More...

Contemporary Korean art dazzles in on campus exhibit

From Feb. 6 to March 26, the Slosberg Music Center will house a beautiful and captivating art display called “Landscapes of the Soul: Contemporary Korean Art.” It will be in co… Read More...

Brandeis art students’ photography and sculpture explores diverse topics

The time to exhibit work crafted by students in sculpture and photography classes has come. The exhibition in the Dreitzer Gallery of Spingold Theater Center is now available Mon… Read More...

Brandeis and Harvard students fighting for racial justice protest Gittler Prize recipient

About 20 students from the Ford Hall 2015 movement and Harvard Law School students protested the recipient of a Brandeis prize, Martha Minow, Dean of Harvard Law School. The Harva… Read More...

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