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Folktale-inspired exhibit invites viewers to look more closely

The Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) is now home to “Tea of Oblivion,” a new exhibit based on the Chinese folktale of Meng Po.

In the tale, Meng Po brews a tea made with va… Read More...

Reflections on art’s place in peace sponsored by CAST

The Creativity, the Arts and Social Transformation (CAST) program hosted a lecture by James Thompson titled “In Place of War: Digging Up Stories in Ondaadtje’s Sri Lanka.… Read More...

Special Collections lifts the curtain to reveal rare gems

The Brandeis Archives and Special Collections department recently acquired materials belonging to dime novel author Ernest A. Young, donated by Victor Berch, Brandeis’ fir… Read More...

The New England Conservatory of Music’s opera delights

The top singers and the Philharmonia of the New England Conservatory of Music performed a moving version of “Iphigénie en Tauride.”

First performed in 1779, Christoph Will… Read More...

‘Lazarus Effect’ falls flat

“The Lazarus Effect,” a psychological horror film from the directors of “Insidious” and “Paranormal Activity,” came out this February and just reached DVD this suRead More...

Award-winning artist Stephanie Pierce speaks on campus

On a tour of the Boston area, artist Stephanie Pierce discussed her work with the Brandeis community on Friday, April 1.

Her visiting artist lecture included a preview of her portf… Read More...

Earl Sweatshirt releases surprise album

Earl Sweatshirt surprised fans by releasing an album last week titled “I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside.” Sweatshirt’s new album has a low-energy feel with dense l… Read More...

‘The Way of Water’ shines and retains seriousness

This week, the Brandeis Theater Company launched its first performance of “The Way of Water,” a play that movingly highlights the lasting effects of the BP oil spill in the Gul… Read More...

JBS and English department collaborate to create new course

The Justice Brandeis Semester program is an academic staple at Brandeis; however, its curriculum is ever-changing to incorporate all ranges of experiential discovery. This ye… Read More...

Crowd Control wants you to get in bed with their comedy

Crowd Control is easily one of Brandeis’ most popular improv groups. The Brandeis Hoot interviewed co-directors Danielle Balanov ’17 and Nicole Bunis ’16 in addition to b… Read More...

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