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Prof. Nyong’o’s presentation contemplates racial diversity in film

The Art, Race, Activism series came to Brandeis at the perfect time. As the sit-in took place in the Bernstein-Marcus administration building, Tavia Nyong’o’s presentation on “The Fugitive Present: Sweet Sweetback and The Mythic Being” provided students with his perspective … Read More...

Rachel Adams explores diversity in contemporary art

The relationship between art and space is an important contemporary theme that many artists have been working with. Associate Curator Rachel Adams in particular has been exploring this sphere, and Brandeis was lucky enough to host her for a presentation … Read More...

Coffeehouse prefaces ‘Nightingale’s’ deliberate inclusivity

On Friday, Oct. 23, Brandeis Ensemble Theatre (BET) hosted “The Love of the Nightingale” coffeehouse to promote their play, a retelling of an ancient Greek myth. This play explores violence as a theme, especially sexual and racialized violence as well … Read More...

Visiting poet addresses issues of ethnicity and culture

Bobby Gonzalez, a writer and multicultural motivational speaker, spoke at AHORA’s Thursday, Oct. 22 coffeehouse in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Native American and Puerto Rican author of “The Last Puerto Rican India: A Collection of Dangerous Poetry” and “Taino Read More...

SEA coffeehouse taps creativity to promote sustainability

Students for Environmental Action (SEA) highlighted environmental issues, especially water pollution, during their first coffeehouse of the semester, on Wednesday, Oct.14

Various groups performed, including the Charles River Ramblers, TBA, Voices of Soul, False Advertising, Isaac & Mack, Bad Grammer … Read More...

Weather doesn’t deter spirit of Farmers’ Market

On Friday, Oct. 2, The Brandeis Farmers Club held a big farmers’ market event, which was a huge success last semester. Even though there were vendors selling produce, the weather created a huge problem for the event: many students stayed … Read More...

Student performers flood Chum’s in support of Relay For Life

Chum’s was packed with performance groups on Thursday, Sept. 24 for the Relay for Life kickoff event.

Preceded by Relay organizers describing the cause and how to help raise money, Voicemale, the first act, energized the crowd with their beautiful … Read More...

Art students given on-canvas experience in Siena, Italy

If you plan to study abroad at any time during your Brandeis career, don’t miss the opportunity to look into a study abroad program that focuses on the arts in the small, intimate Italian city of Siena, a drawing, arts … Read More...

BAM/CO hosts Chum’s grand reopening

On Sunday, Sept. 6, Chum’s had its first event of the semester, marking the reopening of one of the safest, most comfortable places on campus. Last semester, Chum’s was closed without notice after a couple of students smoked inside, setting … Read More...

Creative clubs recruit at club fair

Clubs at Brandeis with an artistic bend got the opportunity to introduce themselves to first-years at the activities fair on Sunday, Aug. 30.

One of the campus’ newest literary publication, Jaded, was in attendance. The literary magazine’s goal is to Read More...

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