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Sundeis a night of innovative, hysterical, gripping films

Brandeis Television (BTV) showcased 19 student-made films in its film festival, dubbed Sundeis, on the evening of Thursday, April 20. Sundeis, held in the Wasserman CinematheqRead More...

Mori shares her keys to success in architecture lecture

Renowned architect Toshiko Mori has a lot to say about her field. As part of the Department of Fine Arts’ Richard Saivetz ’69 Annual Memorial Lecture Series, Mori shared her weRead More...

Rose’s Wiki Edit-a-Thon spotlights female artists

Community members gathered in the Rose’s Lois Foster Gallery to create and improve the Wikipedia pages of underrepresented female artists on Friday, March 10.

The Rose Art MusRead More...

Brandeis Chamber Singers tour Italy over break

While most Brandeis students were catching up on homework, applying for internships and lounging around during February break, 25 students from Brandeis Chamber Singers toureRead More...

‘Formosa’ offers singing, dancing, acting and food

As my first cultural show at Brandeis, “Formosa” sure set the bar high—really high. The Taiwanese Student Association’s (TSA) annual show, “Formosa,” displayed a … Read More...

Rose spring exhibits take provocative approach

This semester at the Rose, you won’t necessarily find the type of exhibitions to which you’re accustomed. As Kristin Parker, interim director of the Rose remarked before fac… Read More...

Farmers Club connects community with produce, important messages

Brandeis has huge diversity of clubs on campus: sports clubs, arts clubs, political clubs, cultural clubs and social justice clubs, among others. However, one club that might noRead More...

The Rose’s spring lineup is expected to delight and amuse across many media

The Rose Art Museum opens its spring exhibitions to the public on Thursday, Feb. 16. In anticipation of the museum’s semester opening, a preview has been composed of the upcominRead More...

Club Cantonese welcomes all to exuberant Chinese New Year celebration

Cantonese Club rang in the new year with Jeopardy, food and much laughter on Saturday, Jan. 28 in the Intercultural Center. No, this was not the kind of event where people could grab … Read More...

‘Fool for Thought’ WSRC exhibit stuns with puns, underlying messages

Performance artist Pat Oleszko, whose art is on display in the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC), unraveled the absurdity of her work to a full house in the Kniznick Galler… Read More...

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