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SEAC’s Ayala entertains for a wonderful cause

On Saturday, April 2, Brandeis’ Southeast Asia Club (SEAC) put on Ayala, their annual show dedicated to Southeast Asian culture. This year’s Ayala was titled “Daya Tahan” and raised money for the Indochina Starfish Foundation, an international charity that provides … Read More...

BAASA’s SKIN fashion show applauds every shade of melanin

On Saturday, March 19 the Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA) put on their annual SKIN fashion show in Sherman Function Hall. The purpose of SKIN is to showcase the success of Asian Americans in the fashion industry, and the … Read More...

Camille A. Brown brings a chaotic array of emotions through dance

Following a performance, when an audience member asked if she could take the time to describe her past training, Camille A. Brown simply replied “no.”

 

On Wednesday, March 16, award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown visited Brandeis. Following a showing Read More...

One man show “In Between” reflects on the Jewish and Arabic experience

On a sparse stage, with nothing but a stunted wooden chair, a kaleidoscopic patterned hand-drum and a suitcase with airport luggage tags, a single actor gives life to the empty space.

On Wednesday, March 9, actor Ibrahim Miari brought his … Read More...

The 1975’s new album flops into a pit of electronic despair

British alternative rock band The 1975 released their second album, “I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it,” on Feb. 26, 2016. Yes, that is the full title. The album produces the … Read More...

The 1975’s new album flops into a pit of electronic despair

British alternative rock band The 1975 released their second album, “I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it,” on Feb. 26, 2016. Yes, that is the full title. The album produces the … Read More...

Kanye West grasps at straws with “The Life of Pablo”

“The Life of Pablo” by Kanye West was released as West’s seventh studio album on Feb. 14. The album itself fights cohesion wherever possible, reflecting West’s confused creative process. Angry Kanye, Publicity Stunt Kanye, “Sweet” Kanye and even the elusive … Read More...

Q&A: Prof. King on “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You”

This week, The Brandeis Hoot sat down with Professor Thomas King (ENG) to talk about “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You,” the show that is coming to Brandeis next week. Performances will be held Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. … Read More...

Brandeis Improv Collective showcases outstanding skill

According to Brandeis Improv Collective (BIC) director Tom Hall, “everybody has a groove,” regardless of whether they play guitar, piano, bass, drums or even a dress and heels.
On Sunday, Nov. 15, the BIC held their semester showcase in Slosberg … Read More...

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