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JSA shares culture through traditional snacks

The International Cultural Center smelled of chocolate and strawberries due to an event for the Japanese Student Association’s (JSA) celebration known as Japan Week. Wednesday, March 15 marked day three of Japan Week, also known as Snack Night.

There were … Read More...

‘Quickies’ performs a diversity of plays to a full house

Students presented their own original work at “Quickies,” Brandeis Ensemble Theater’s showcase of 10-minute plays written, produced and directed by students.

The first act consisted of five plays, followed by seven more in the second act.

The SCC Theater was … Read More...

‘Hidden Figures’ commands the box office with its casting, visuals and lessons

One of the most talked about movies in theaters right now is “Hidden Figures.” The movie is relevant for several reasons: The plot revolves around the important topics of racism and, to a lesser degree, sexism; it was number one Read More...

Box office hit ‘Split’ creeps and crawls

If you are looking for a film that will freak out and entertain you, look no further than “Split.”

The story is set in Philadelphia and revolves around three friends, Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica … Read More...

Improv Showcase displays campus talent for midyears

With the recent political events casting a gray cloud over many, it is nice to have something to put a smile on our faces. On Saturday, Jan. 21, while most were marching in protest of the new presidency, Brandeis’ improv … Read More...

Sketch Comedy Festival connects BK with other college comedy groups

Boris’ Kitchen elicited much laughter from audience members at their 17th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival with students from Emerson’s Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars, Cornell’s Humor Us and Skidmore’s Sketchies, on Friday, Dec. 2. They continued the show on Saturday, Dec. 3, … Read More...

New AAAS professor brings art background to classroom

Brandeis is an institution known for its top-notch academics. This is because Brandeis does a great job collecting the brightest minds and the most gifted professors. These professors are experts in their fields and share their knowledge with students among … Read More...

Brandeis student discusses the fabric that comprises social identity

A group of students, professors and members of the community gathered in the Rose Art Museum to discuss culture, identity and creativity on Tuesday, Nov. 1. LaShawn Simmons ’18 and Brandeis artist-in-residence Jane Sapp led the discussion.

Sapp is known … Read More...

Brandeis students test safe space boundaries

It would not be an understatement to say that Brandeis is a politically correct institution. The social justice oriented university does a lot to make sure its students feel comfortable and that everyone respects the beliefs of others. This has … Read More...

Circle Mirror Transformation confounds audiences with complex characters

Brandeis has a renowned theater department known for putting on plays and musicals of every type. Free Play Theater Cooperative’s “Circle Mirror Transformation” was no different.

Annie Baker’s play was shown Friday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 16 in the … Read More...

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