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Hidden gems among arts classes

Ringing in the stress of the semester is the time when everyone is trying to figure out which classes to enroll into. One of the most rewarding classes to ever take is a writing workshop,… Read More...

‘Grace’ provides enlightening perspective on schizophrenia

With a book and music written and composed by Charlie Madison ’15, “Grace” debuted in the Senior Thesis Festival on Wednesday, April 22. The Festival allows seniors to showcase their theatrical talents, often through original… Read More...

Jennie C. Jones displays work narratives of black musicians

On Friday, Feb. 27, artist Jennie C. Jones came to speak at the Rose Art Museum as part of the “Art | Blackness | Diaspora Project.” Her paintings mostly speak as if they were telling… Read More...

The Charlatans commemorate founding member with new album

To make peace with the death of founding member Jon Brookes, English indie band The Charlatans released their new album, “Modern Nature,” in late January. Their songs are classified as hauntingly intense songs that contain… Read More...

BZA hopes to expand and develop club with Tel Aviv Club Night

Despite the snowy conditions this past Saturday, Jan. 24, students still managed to attend the first big Brandeis Zionist Alliance event of the semester, Tel Aviv Club Night. Located in Sherman Function Hall, the event… Read More...

WSRC opens interactive video game exhibition

Over the past week, the Women’s Studies Research Center in the Epstein Building held an exhibition called “Dames Making Games: Leaps and Maneuvers,” a gallery that was installed to promote and encourage women to play… Read More...

Senior Midyear Exhibition stars talented senior artists

From Dec. 10 until Jan. 12, Brandeis hosted the Senior Midyear Exhibition in the Dreitzer Gallery, which included a wide variety of pieces created by many talented senior artists. Rachel Weissman worked with many toys… Read More...

Poet creates ‘a future more vivid’

On Dec. 1, Israeli poet, translator and musician Betsy Rosenberg came to campus to perform a poetry reading in the Mandel Reading Room. She has lived in Jerusalem since 1967 while studying at Hebrew University.… Read More...

Christian Gentry and Susan Dibble lead discussion on 'Duckfoot' at Rose Art Museum

On Dec. 3, composer and lecturer Christian Gentry led a discussion in the Rose Art Museum with Professor Susan Dibble (THA) on Elizabeth Murray’s piece “Duckfoot.” Gentry describes the piece as absurdist, with a little… Read More...

Artist Betbeze explores innovative media

Visiting artist Anna Betbeze came to talk at Brandeis on Wednesday, Nov. 19 in Goldman Smith. Born in 1980 in Columbus, Georgia, she received her BFA from the University of Georgia and her MFA from… Read More...
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