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“Drunk Enough” intoxicates audiences with allegory

Brandeis’ latest theater performance “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?” comes by way of the Artists’ Theater of Boston, a company dedicated to increasing knowledge of sys… Read More...

Pottery Club re-invents the wheel, encourages student creativity

It is a firmly established fact that Brandeis, in its endless pursuit of fostering an all-inclusive environment, is home to many different clubs and organizations that allow stu… Read More...

ImprovBoston delivers comedy at its finest

A nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the joys of comedy to the people of Massachusetts, ImprovBoston has remained an active force in the comedy scene of the Greater Bos… Read More...

Cage the Elephant’s new album is a breath of fresh air

The post-punk revival movement of the early 2000s brought into the mainstream a slew of artists such as New York’s The Strokes and Detroit’s The White Stripes, whose widespre… Read More...

Cage the Elephant’s new album is a breath of fresh air

The post-punk revival movement of the early 2000s brought into the mainstream a slew of artists such as New York’s The Strokes and Detroit’s The White Stripes, whose widespre… Read More...

‘Collision’ incites social change through self-expression

“A collaborative, artistic effort to enact social change through personal narrative,” “Collision” explored themes of denial, hopelessness, shame and, eventually, … Read More...

Poet-in-Residence Elizabeth Bradfield to teach upcoming class

“How can art and literature, often the most solitary of pursuits for the creator, matter in the public realm? How can we contribute to the public lives of our communities as artis… Read More...

Video artist explores themes of war, media in series talk

In contemporary art culture, there undoubtedly exists a fervent push toward the application of new-age media and social activism. As part of Brandeis’ “Art, Race, Activism… Read More...

‘Home Within’ captivates audience with artistic harmony

Long has it been known that music, with its esoteric fundamentals, can serve as the ultimate form of storytelling for those to whom the language of music comes as naturally as their … Read More...

‘Love of the Nightingale’ has a promising opening night

The spirit of Ancient Greece was brought to the Carl J. Shapiro Theater last night as the Brandeis Ensemble Theater premiered their latest play, “The Love of the Nightingale.… Read More...

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