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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 conjunction with its musical counterpart,… Read More...

BET’s ‘Quickies’ wow with student written plays

While full-length plays and performances require the most time, effort, staff and material, there is still much to be said for the shorter works of theater as their production may be just as well-liked and… Read More...

Prof. Hoover ruminates on dark themes in upcoming publication

Brandeis University is renowned for its extraordinary staff and high quality of education in nearly all areas of the liberal arts. The literature department is certainly no exception to Brandeis’ theme of excellency in staff,… Read More...

Brandeis springs into the new semester with spectacular arts classes

As we get back into the flow of the school semester, students are still making use of their two-week shopping period, seeking the most interesting classes, the most enthusiastic professors and those select courses needed… Read More...

Mid-Year Exhibition proudly displays seniors’ artwork

From Dec. 9 to Jan. 12, Spingold’s Dreitzer Gallery housed this year’s Senior Mid-Year Exhibition. This exhibition featured a stunning display of a wide variety of art produced by Studio Art seniors, including everything from… Read More...

HTG’s ‘The Contest’ digs deeper than its script

Before the much-needed holiday break, a few spectacular plays were put on, providing students with the strength to endure the last couple of weeks. Among them was Hillel Theater Group’s “The Contest,” directed by Emily… Read More...

Auditions for ‘Intimate Apparel’ promising

This year, the Brandeis theater scene welcomes two plays by the renowned Brooklyn playwright Lynn Nottage, whose refined works have examined cultural and personal identity, political injustice and the subtle effects of unexpressed intimacy in… 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.” Originally written in 1989 by British… Read More...

‘Suffragette’ calls on women to “never give up the fight” for equality

In the midst of the feminist activism that has swept the country in recent decades, it is not surprising to see a film on the silver screen that took advantage of this interest in gender… Read More...

Boris’ Kitchen annual Old Shit Show remembers 25 years of sketches

Some of you may recall a massive line of students waiting along the staircase of the SCC this past Friday night, Oct. 16—or you were standing in it. That line was the eager audience waiting… Read More...
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