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‘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...

Incoming English prof. shares poetry

This spring, the Brandeis community will welcome Kirun Kapur to teach Directed Writing: Poetry Workshop in the English Department. As an opportunity for Kapur and Brandeis students to become acquainted, she gave a poetry reading… Read More...

Poetry Night brought back to life

On Thursday, Oct. 8, National Poetry Day at Chum’s, an ancient tradition, was rekindled like a phoenix from the ashes: Poetry Night. Alumnus Rohan Narayanan ’15 resurrected Poetry Night last spring in order to offer… Read More...

Brandeis introduces contemporary Russian movie series

To further enrich the university’s international character, the Russian Studies Program and Eurochannel, in conjunction with the Russian Club, are hosting the Russian Contemporary Film Festival this fall. The Russian Studies Program welcomes any and… Read More...

Toxic dance crew brings a cultural flare to Brandeis

In the overwhelming crowd of the Brandeis club scene, it may seem as though new groups could be lost among the multitude of creative student organizations. However, a new club has taken to the stage… Read More...

Brandeis senior excels at the fine arts

The extensive realm of the fine arts can be a daunting field in which to major, but it is in that realm that Cesar Pineda ’16 has found his passion. Pineda has narrowed his focus… Read More...

Senior adapts and modernizes ‘Macbeth’ for thesis

What comes to mind when you think of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”? The heated battle between countries? The deadly greed that accompanies kingship and power? Frightful hallucinations of a slaughtered companion? Or even the uncanny ability to… Read More...
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