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Department of Theater Arts offers something for everyone

From portraying artists in love to celebrating 365 plays, the members of the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts plan to willkommen, bienvenue, welcome all to the fall semester.… Read More...

‘Visions of an Ancient Dreamer’ astounds

This weekend, Brandeis Theater Company presents “Visions of an Ancient Dreamer,” a stunning medley of well-executed acting, blocking and translation that transported th… Read More...

Belly dance showcases unique talents

Performing this past Sunday in the Shapiro Campus Center, the Belly Dance Ensemble brought to life Egyptian and Turkish dance through a myriad of Brandeis undergrad students, ma… Read More...

Students share their creativity through gallery opening

This past Wednesday, Dreitzer Gallery held its second opening reception for the students in the post-baccalaureate studio program. The gallery exhibited the works of talented … Read More...

Visiting poet promotes peace through poetry

Long-time social activist and poet Fred Marchant read aloud from his acclaimed work on Tuesday. Professor of English and director of the Creative Writing Program at Suffolk Univ… Read More...

Bestselling author returns to Brandeis, the ‘epicenter of anxiety’

This past Wednesday, New York Times bestselling author and Brandeis alum Daniel Smith returned to Brandeis, a place he deemed an “epicenter of anxiety.” Suffering from Gene… Read More...

Viewing an authors work as a whole: Jodi Picoult

Jodi Picoult is practically a household name. The author of “My Sisters Keeper,” “Nineteen Minutes” and 16 other novels, Picoult is known for writing on controversial t… Read More...

'Much Ado' transcends time

Hold Thy Peace’s 25th show, “Much Ado About Nothing” opens this weekend, a show for everyone who is a nineties kid at heart. This production combines the traditional Shakes… Read More...

Alum Aaron Ritzenberg discusses his new book, The Sentimental Touch

Alum Aaron Ritzenberg, who graduated with his Ph.D. from Brandeis in 2006, claims, “I love to think about the way that literature responds to social change.” Ritzenberg has f… Read More...

Professor portrays one of America's favorite presidents

Professor John Burt’s (ENG) recently published book “Lincoln’s Tragic Pragmatism” is garnering great critical acclaim—a high honor given that Burt wasn’t sure i… Read More...

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