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Lycus’ ‘Chasms’ is the perfect addition to doom metal

“Chasms,” the sophomore album from Oakland, CA’s Lycus and their Relapse Records debut, opens with a chaos both jarring and appropriate at the same time. “Solar Chamber… Read More...

Brandeis welcomes Ronald Liebowitz as ninth president

Ronald D. Liebowitz, former president of Middlebury College, will become the ninth president of Brandeis University, succeeding Fred Lawrence, who left at the end of the last ac… Read More...

Seminal rapper speaks on “Art, Race, Activism”

Renowned rapper, record producer, activist and teacher KRS-One addressed Brandeis students this Wednesday in Rappaporte Treasure Hall as part of the “Arts, Race, Activism… Read More...

Students unite against racism in march

Almost 200 Brandeis students, faculty and others marched in solidarity against violent and racist threats against African American student activists at the University of Miss… Read More...

Schusterman reflects on 20th aniv. of Rabin assassination

The Schusterman Center for Israel Studies held a discussion and panel reflecting on the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin this Wednesday, Nov. 4, the 20th an… Read More...

BCJ holds first divestment march of the year

Brandeis community members marched into the Shapiro Campus Center (SCC) demanding the university divest its endowment from fossil fuels this Tuesday, Oct. 27, an event that endRead More...

Cult Leader make tradition impressive on debut album

Salt Lake City’s Cult Leader is a band born of death and hatred. To be specific, the death of Utah metal/grindcore band Gaza and the hatred between band members that led the band to Read More...

‘The Martian’ fails to compel despite visual beauty

Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” is undoubtedly his best film in years, a return to form to the simple and stylish science fiction that made him famous in the seventies and eight… Read More...

Survey results force univ. to confront sexual misconduct on campus

Multiple high-ranking members of the Brandeis administration held a town hall in Sherman Function Hall Thursday night, Oct. 9 to discuss the results of a “campus climate surve… Read More...

Deafheaven continue to defy labels with New Bermuda

When San Francisco kind-of-metal-but-also-kind-of-not five-piece Deafheaven released their sophomore album, 2013’s breakout “Sunbather,” it was as if they had been … Read More...

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