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‘Once Upon a Time’ launches slow-moving season

For a show that has drawn over 12 million viewers for one episode, the ABC fairy tale series “Once Upon a Time” seems to be losing momentum. Season three premiered to only 8.5 mil… Read More...

Photo challenge showcases Brandeis pride

Ten days and multiple forms of social media resulted in over 500 tweets from Brandeisians who were eager to share their school pride, community and favorite places on campus. On Oc… Read More...

Her Campus Brandeis an online art source, despite controversy

While Her Campus may promote how to do Halloween makeup right and which campus cutie you should actually be crushing on, Her Campus has become both its own art form and a business. La… Read More...

Visiting poet discusses race and family ties

Poet Tess Taylor read at Brandeis on Oct. 10, a gloomy Thursday during the month of ghosts. It was a fitting time for her to visit, as her poems explore the ghost of Thomas Jefferson, a … Read More...

Renowned professor emeritus honored with concert

Composer and professor of music at Brandeis for almost 40 years, Harold Shapero made a huge impact in the field of classical music. Born in April of 1920, he became a central figure i… Read More...

Poet explores history and family lore

An author who describes her own process as “noodling with words,” Tess Taylor believes writing is a calling, not a career. Taylor’s work has appeared in the Atlantic Monthl… Read More...

Ba’Note a cappella sings with heart

Katherine Fallon ’14 and Talia Friedland ’16 have created their own family on Brandeis grounds. Both are leaders of the a cappella group Ba’Note, and they believe the club i… Read More...

Visiting author Jones explains reasons for writing

Edward Jones writes because he is compelled to. This year, Brandeis first-years read Jones’s book because they were also obliged to. But perhaps, the shared experience of read… Read More...

Arts Recommends: “World War Z”

While “World War Z” is a film that explores the deconstruction of social norms and constructs while focusing on human survival in dire circumstances, it is also a great motiva… Read More...

Madison ’15 advocates for student involvement in arts

When Charlie Madison was 13 years old, he sat down for a family dinner. As he ate, his mother asked the family to write down what they wanted to be when they grew up. Madison’s sister … Read More...

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