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Mela highlights South Asian culture with synchronicity and skill

Mela, hosted by the South Asian Students’ Association, introduced students to “Kahaani: Our Story” through music, dance and spoken word performances on Nov. 17. Set in front of a detailed and beautifully colored backdrop, this year’s show demonstrated the close-knit … Read More...

Culture X astounds audiences

Every spring, Culture X brings a combination of the campus’ best dance, music and spoken word groups to a common stage. And there was no exception last Saturday as a sold-out crowd watched this year’s “Culture X: The World is … Read More...

K-NITE brings Korea to campus

The Brandeis Korean Student Association (BKSA) invited the campus to “Explore Korea” at K-Nite 2012 last Friday night in Levin Ballroom, which was decorated with hanging banners and colorful streamers. Bright booklets on the tables displayed the food and landscape … Read More...

Student artist turns Brandeis into a playground

College students, not young children, play on the shiny red swings hanging from white ropes across campus. Some swings mysteriously appeared without explanation in the fall and now nine swings fill the campus, stretching from the Shapiro Campus Center to … Read More...

The first-year experience: a sense of belonging (the baby)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The Hoot

Being a first-year in college is certainly a different experience than being in high school, yet somehow it still feels natural. Instead of walking through crowded narrow hallways to get to class, I’m climbing the … Read More...

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