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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 not be as well known as BAASA, Girl Up or Tron is the Read 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 upcoming artists and displays. The Rose will showcase works from the Read 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 plates of free food and sneak out … 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 Gallery on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Faced with a burning bra, boob … Read More...

‘Urinetown’ sparks laughter and praise with a plot about distressed bladders

Jokes, singing, costumes, a live orchestra, dancing, melodrama and satire galore—Tympanium Euphorium’s production of “Urinetown” had it all. “Urinetown” seriously impressed and excited loads of laughter among audience members, on Nov. 17-20 in the SCC Theater.

“Spare change! It’s expensive … Read More...

Overnight party at the MFA offers a wide array of activities and artworks

Art enthusiasts of all ages and from all over Boston convened at the Museum of Fine Arts’ (MFA) overnight “State of the Party” in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, from Friday, Nov. 4 to Saturday, Nov. 5.

As … Read More...

VoiceMale semester show thrills with great music, costumes, jokes

With its seamless group dynamic, infectious charisma and undeniable flair, Brandeis’ all-male a cappella group, VoiceMale, entertained a full house with a new set for its Fall Fest show. The hour-long performance featured songs by Walk the Moon, Michael Bublé, … Read More...

Lydian String Quartet bedazzles during rehearsals

Mark Berger, Judith Eissenberg, Joshua Gordon and Andrea Segar sat center stage in the Slosberg Recital Hall on Oct. 20, playing instruments, critiquing arrangements and listening to original compositions. The quartet covered an assortment of pieces: While one of the … Read More...

Brandeis embarks on new voyage with Indigenous People’s day at Chum’s

Brandeis Labor Coalition (BLC) and Cholmondeley’s Coffee House (Chum’s) hosted a “Fuck Columbus Dance Party” to celebrate the passing of a resolution to change Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day in Brandeis’ Academic Calendar, on Monday, Oct. 10.

Faculty members … Read More...

To Be Announced boasts great chemistry with new members

Brandeis improvisational group, To Be Announced (TBA), welcomed Abby LeRoy ’20 and Evan Moloney ’20 into the TBA family in its first show of the year on September 29.

“Company TBA Presents: Newlywedded Newbs” launched the show with a mock … Read More...

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