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Contemporary and classic concert mediates between the clarinet, flute and piano

This past Sunday, Oct. 18, as part of Brandeis University’s 2015-2016 Concert Series, flautist Jill Dreeben, clarinetist Todd Brunel and pianist Elizabeth Skavish took centRead More...

Mowgli’s concert brings a ray of sunshine to Brandeis

This past Saturday, the spirit of southern California was brought to Brandeis University, in spite of the gloomy weather outside. Los Angeles natives The Mowgli’s took center … Read More...

Local jazz band helps artist in need with benefit at Slosberg

Jazz musician Art Blakey states, “Jazz washes away the dust of everyday life,” and that is nothing short of what happened at Slosberg Music Center this past Sunday, Oct. 4, as t… Read More...

Art exhibition ‘Reconnaissance’ explores violence in the Middle East

One of Brandeis’ newest art exhibitions, “Reconnaissance,” is making waves with its contemporary take on the traditional world of social statements. Artist and Residen… Read More...

Lady Gaga’s new single confronts sexual assault

Though she’s no stranger to addressing social issues in her music, Lady Gaga’s newest single stands out against the flamboyance and shock value of her top hits. “Til It Happ… Read More...

First Food Truck Festival falls short

Located between the long line of students eagerly awaiting the chance to get a ticket for this year’s 24-Hour Musical and the savory tunes of How Deep Was the Ocean as they kicked o… Read More...

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