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English Department announces new courses and instructors

Brandeis’ newest English classes have just recently been announced. According to the English Department, Scott Moore and Jodie Austin will be teaching a number of courses next semester. Moore, who will be teaching Moving on… Read More...

SCRAM combines psychology and art

On Thursday, Nov. 6, the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM) co-hosted a “Lamp Night/Late Night” event with the Psychology Club. The event, hosted at the Rose, consisted of a discussion of artist… Read More...

Walter W. Naumburg Prof. of Composition premieres fifth symphony

David Rakowski, the Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Composition at Brandeis, had his fifth symphony premiered by the New England Philharmonic Orchestra on Oct. 25. Inspired by dance, body movement and ballet, the symphony began… Read More...

‘X Factor’ winners release crowd-pleasing debut album

Alex & Sierra, the duo who not only won last year’s season of “The X Factor” but also the hearts of fans nationally, just released their debut album with Columbia Records and Sony Music, “It’s… Read More...

Childish Gambino wakes up in ‘Kauai’

Childish Gambino’s (Danny Glover) newest release, “STN MTN/Kauai,” has fans and music critics talking. Conceptually, “STN MTN” is a free mixtape that revolves around a dreamland. According to Gambino, the mixtape is a dream that… Read More...

Fine Arts prof. receives grant to publish new book on Asian art

This year, Dr. Aida Wong, an associate professor of Fine Arts at Brandeis, was awarded with the Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research and Creative Projects. This fund supports faculty at Brandeis who… Read More...

Brandeis Film Collective to release first big project

The Brandeis Film Collective, dedicated to the production of short films, will be releasing a student-produced Halloween film this year. Although the club has kept its lips sealed when asked what the film will be… Read More...

Lichtman to be featured in upcoming exhibit at Swarthmore College

This coming November, Susan Lichtman, associate professor of Fine Arts, will be a featured artist at Swarthmore College’s List Gallery. She partnered with fellow artist Catherine Kehoe, who has been a visiting artist at Swarthmore… Read More...

Brandeis professor publishes book about contemporary Iranian art

Last Monday, Dr. Talinn Grigor, associate professor in the Department of Fine Arts at Brandeis, published her latest book, “Contemporary Iranian Art: From the Street to the Studio.” The book, which is already out of… Read More...

24-Hour Musical celebrates its 10th anniversary with ‘Grease’

Last Sunday, Sept. 7, marked the 10th anniversary of the 24-Hour Musical at Brandeis. Co-sponsored by Hillel Theatre Group and Tympanium Euphorium, this year’s production was of the beloved 1971 musical “Grease.” As tradition goes,… Read More...
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