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Rapper Tré Warner is back with new music and a new name

Brandeis rapper Tré Warner ’22 is back with new work, a name change and a sharper, more mature sense of his artistic identity. The rapper made a quarantine comeback this year with several new singles––the… Read More...

Preparing for ‘The Laramie Project,’ a Zoom department show

In anticipation of its virtual production of “The Laramie Project,” the Department of Theater Arts held a panel on Nov. 8 featuring Laramie’s playwright and director Moisés Kaufman and Brandeis alum Scott Barrow (MFA ‘00),… Read More...

Assonet Wampanoag educator discusses language reclamation and identity

Language is deeply embedded in our individual and cultural identities. For many Indigenous people, it also carries the pain of loss and the trauma of colonization. In its genocide against Indigenous people, the United States… Read More...

Waltham Public Library seeks pandemic stories for archival project

The Waltham Public Library is looking to collect stories from the Waltham community on how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their daily lives through a new survey. If you’ve ever wondered how everyday people dealt… Read More...

Self-care in the time of COVID: resisting the urge to overcommit

It’s common knowledge: Brandeis students are chronically overcommitted. I think it’s part of what attracts us to this school: the active extracurriculars, the ease with which students can double or triple major in different fields.… Read More...
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