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‘Fefu and Her Friends’ explores complex emotions and relationships between women

Brandeis’ newest production, “Fefu and Her Friends,” serves as an example of how powerful realist drama can be with its emotional portrayal of women’s lives.

The 1977 pl… Read More...

Play canceled following student and alumni dissent

“Buyer Beware,” a controversial play set on the Brandeis campus, will not be performed at Brandeis following a “mutual decision” between the Theater Department and the … Read More...

Crowd Control’s first show of the semester fills Chum’s with laughter

“Sex with me is like hiking…” Gabe Adler-Cohen ’18 joked, standing with one foot on the chair placed center stage. “When you’re done you have to check yourself fo… Read More...

Boris’ Kitchen annual Old Shit Show, high-spirited and hilarious

Brandeis sketch comedy troupe Boris’ Kitchen performed to a full house at its annual Old Shit Show, on Friday night, Oct. 13 in the Shapiro Campus Center Multipurpose Room. Bori… Read More...

University tests free menstrual products on campus

Free menstrual products are available in six women’s and gender neutral bathrooms around campus, as part of an initiative that students began in the fall of 2016. The trial peri… Read More...

Rising artists make breakthroughs across many genres

There is an abundance of rising singers and bands who have just broken out or are on the verge of making a breakthrough from across all genres of music. No matter what your music taste … Read More...

A conversation with Chief Callahan

As Director of Public Safety, Ed Callahan has a lot to do every day. From overseeing 70 undergraduate BranVan drivers, the parking office, the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (B… Read More...

DCL prepared to respond to bomb threats

During the August bomb threat, Department of Community Living (DCL) Director Tim Touchette was one of the point people for the team clearing residential buildings and evacuatin… Read More...

Former Mayor of D.C. speaks at Heller, filling venue

Former mayor of D.C. Anthony Williams spoke about his career in public policy and his work during Washington’s fiscal crisis at the Heller School on Oct. 16. The talk was part of t… Read More...

T.V.’s best drama returns as ‘Mr. Robot’ enters its third season

When it comes to “Mr. Robot,” my objectivity has been compromised. But then again, that’s kind of the point of the show. If my headline didn’t give it away, I absolutely ado… Read More...

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