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Students and special guest stars shine for APAHM

The Brandeis Asian-American Students Association (BAASA) hosted a super star lineup Saturday in an early celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM). Featur… Read More...

“Love, Simon:” like a straight romantic comedy, but better

“I’m just like you.” That’s what Simon Spier, played by Nick Robinson, emphasizes in the opening lines of the March 2018 film, “Love Simon.” Simon personal… Read More...

Brandeis Triskelion brings Pride Month to an energetic start with ‘The Gay Gatsby’

Brandeis’ LGBTQ+ social group Triskelion (Trisk) started off Pride Month with its annual Prom. The 1920s themed “The Gay Gatsby” event reclaimed Prom for queer students w… Read More...

BBSO hosts powerful ‘Shades of Blackness’ performance

The Brandeis Black Student Organization (BBSO) held a “Shades of Blackness” celebration on Saturday, Feb. 10 in Levin Ballroom to honor Black History Month. Hosted by resid… Read More...

Jews of color discuss identity at Chum’s

Brandeis Hillel presented their second coffeehouse in a series of race talks on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Chum’s with coordinators Anna Stern ’18, Aviva Davis ’21, Shari Boiskin … Read More...

‘Mania’ forgets precedents, misses expectations

“Mania,” American rock band Fall Out Boy’s seventh studio album, was released on Jan. 19. It is a ten song track list complete with their typical long, humorous, almost nons… Read More...

Standout performances make for a powerful MLK memorial

Brandeis’ 13th annual Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, titled “The Love That h8 Can’t Stop,” opened its doors in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater Monday night … Read More...

Camila offers consistency, but maybe too much

Former Fifth Harmony group member Camila Cabello’s debut solo, self-titled album released on Jan. 12 with 10 different tracks ranging from delicate, melancholy tracks like … Read More...

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