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‘A Cast of Colors’ marks the start of the Festival of the Creative Arts

Helping kick off the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, or “Bernstein Week,” were student performances taking on many innovative and thought-provoking form… Read More...

Two well-known comedians liven the Brandeis community

On Tuesday night, students had the pleasure of seeing well-known comedians H. Jon Benjamin and Eugene Mirman perform stand-up comedy routines. Students crammed outside Sherma… Read More...

Poetry and computer science collide at BITMAP event

BITMAP (Brandeis Initiative for Technology, Machines, Apps and Programming), Deis3D and the MakerLab have converted the month of March into MakeMonth, a full 31-day schedule o… Read More...

Sneak peek of upcoming event showcases traditional Korean music

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, the Brandeis community had the pleasure of a “sneak preview” to our resident musicians’ performance, a group of Korean traditional mRead More...

Revival: Open mic poetry night encourages informal creativity

On Thursday night Chum’s Coffee House marked the first open mic night of the semester, co-hosted, sponsored and run by two organizations, Revival and the Brandeis Pluralism Al… Read More...

Film Collective calls all students of various levels of experience

The Brandeis Film Collective takes full advantage of the creativity and capability of our student body to produce films and videos throughout the school year. The Executive Boar… Read More...

Shimmy and sway with Salsa club

Each Tuesday evening in the SCC Multipurpose room, students drop their backpacks, shed their coats, kick off their shoes and join in on salsa warm ups. Some learn new steps while ot… Read More...

Up-and-coming artist releases latest album ‘Malibu’

Anderson Paak might not be a familiar name to most, but the release last month of his new album, “Malibu,” has surely piqued interest in the music crowd. Paak emerged to fame mos… Read More...

Eddie Redmayne’s ‘Danish Girl’ a sensitive performance

“The Danish Girl,” directed by Tom Hooper and roughly based on a 2000 novel by David Ebershoff, tells the story of Lili, one of the first transgender women to undergo a sex-chan… Read More...

MFA’s ‘Class Distinctions’ explores social order through 17th-century paintings

In the basement of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston rests the exhibit “Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer,” which puts a modern spin on 17th… Read More...

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