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SEAC honors Southeast Asian cultures in AYALA

The Southeast Asia Club (SEAC) held its seventh annual culture show, AYALA, in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, March 24. The night, divided into two main acts, continued to bring up th… Read More...

‘Into The Woods’ is powerful and energetic

The Department of Theater Arts’ performance of “Into The Woods” was powerful, emotional and energetic. The show, which ran from March 16 to 18 in the Spingold Theater, show… Read More...

Seven elected to top Union positions

Hannah Brown ’19 will serve as next year’s Student Union president, having campaigned on plans to address Brandeis’ affordability and accessibility and to promote colla… Read More...

Toward a more lighthearted college culture

I had certain expectations of college culture before I arrived at Brandeis, expectations that mostly consisted of what my parents had told me, stories from friends who went to big… Read More...

The community oriented future for Goldfarb and Farber

As a central hub for innovation and studying, Goldfarb Library and Farber Study Hall are at the center of campus, allowing students to study late into the night and collaborate wit… Read More...

Don’t suspend students

Nevada High School student Noah Christensen was one of the many who participated in pro-gun control walkouts last week. At the walkout, students distributed a paper with the phon… Read More...

Physics professor creates artificial material that mimics neural tissue

Physics professor Seth Fraden (PHYS) and his research team have discovered a way to make soft material that can mimic neural tissue by studying the blue eel. Fraden received fundi… Read More...

‘Beauty and the Beast’ is a comedic hit despite dramatic stumbles

“Beauty and the Beast,” the newest show from Brandeis’ Undergraduate Theater Collective (UTC) hits all the high notes of the upbeat musical it seeks to be. The show is the UT… Read More...

Frankie Cosmos performs a tender and invigorating set at Chum’s

Frankie Cosmos has an air of effortless cool. Underneath Chum’s flashing lights, Greta Kline, the lead singer better known by her stage name, Frankie Cosmos, sported a pair of f… Read More...

Men’s tennis suffers tough loss to Middlebury

The 19th ranked Brandeis men’s tennis team fell to the 4th ranked Middlebury this past Saturday at Natick Racquet Club. The Judges suffered a 9-0 loss, moving their overall seas… Read More...

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