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Mailroom is a good first step

Those of you who were on campus early last year may remember the horrors of a mailroom unprepared for the most predictable rush of the year. With the notifications system down, students were forced to… Read More...

ABIR wows, Kiiara disappoints at Fall Flex

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted ABIR and Kiiara on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the annual “Fall Flex” concert in the Shapiro Gym in Gosman. Despite flares of strobe lights and fog covering the stage… Read More...

Brandeis student music scene thriving

Friday, Sept. 14, only three weeks into the fall semester, the Stein will host student musicians performing from 10 p.m. all the way to 1 a.m. in the first Stein Night of the year. Semi-curated… Read More...

Activists speak about the power of art

For some students, the beginning of a new academic year brought the opportunity to meet some well-known artists and social activists. The Creativity, Arts and Social Transformation (CAST) minor worked with Brandeis’ Imagining Together Platform… Read More...

Improv Showcase displays Brandeis’ sense of humor

When the first Monday of the academic year ends up on a holiday, seize the opportunity to create an improvisational comedy show. At least, that was the conclusion of Brandeis’ many improv troupes, who performed… Read More...

Rose Art Museum prepares for new year

Brandeis’s resident beacon of culture, the acclaimed Rose Art Museum, brings a rich variety of art to the Brandeis campus and greater Boston community with a long tradition of thoughtful exhibits which showcase both emerging… Read More...

Senior Theses examine representational issues in art

The performances of the shows created by Brandeis’ graduating theater majors came to a close with the end of the Festival of the Arts, but their limited run managed to raise deep questions about how… Read More...

Dancers in Adagio semester show dance like they meme it

The Adagio Dance Company hosted their semester show Wednesday, a performance that exemplified the energy dance can bring into the room. With a theme based on memes, the show demonstrated the sense of community and… Read More...

‘And Then There Were None’ provides engaging take on period piece

The UTC’s “And Then There Were None” has shown, despite its limited run, the talent of its creative team to create engaging and socially conscious theater despite community concern over the show’s racist history and… Read More...

‘Lucid’ and ‘Blood and Water’ raise questions about how we behave

UPDATED 4/26 at 10:30 a.m. Every year, some of the most talented theatrical minds at Brandeis create personalized performances to explore issues important to them and the potential of theater. “Blood and Water” and “Lucid”… Read More...
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