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Levine aspires to share love of violin after graduation

Like most college freshmen, Rachel Levine ’14 came to Brandeis with an open mind. “I wanted the options. I liked that I could explore my major,” she said. Although Levine, a Music Performance major, has… Read More...

Mieke Bal discusses film on cultural identity

This Thursday, Mieke Bal came to Brandeis as part of the Art and Gender: Global Perspectives Lecture Series. A Dutch cultural theorist, video artist and founding director of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, Bal… Read More...

BAASA opening ceremony kicks off APAHM

Last Saturday, the Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA) performed its popular annual opening ceremony to celebrate Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The event marked the first day of Asian Pacific… Read More...

‘Cyrano de Bergerac’ proves clever and entertaining

This Thursday, March 6 Hold Thy Peace opened their show “Cyrano de Bergerac” in the SCC Theater. Based on Edmond Rostand’s 1897 original play and newly adapted by director Tziporah Thompson ’14, the comedy is… Read More...

UTC to host AIDS fundraiser for Broadway Cares

This weekend, Tympanium Euphorium aims to celebrate music while simultaneously raising money to fight against AIDS. On Saturday at 8 p.m., Tympanium Euphorium, one of Brandeis’ undergraduate theater companies, will present their annual benefit event,… Read More...

Stage management workshop offers important lessons for the professional workplace

Most of us aren’t stage managers. Some of us have never even attended a theater production. However, almost everyone is going to end up working in the professional world. It’s frightening, but inevitable. Leslie Chiu,… Read More...

The Student Union presents: SLAM

Just a few minutes after 9 p.m., Chums was packed for the Social Justice and Diversity Committee’s Poetry Slam. Crowd Control, one of Brandeis’ improv groups, had already begun their act, though it was difficult… Read More...

Mr. Brandeis nominations bring charity pageant to life

Talented and attractive Brandeisian guys? Welcome to the Mr. Brandeis Pageant, which is headed by Relay for Life of Brandeis University. The organization restarted the pageant to not only engage the Brandeis community but also… Read More...

Brandeis VoiceMale/Up the Octave's midyear show

Each January brings us cold weather, new classes and fresh faces. Brandeis, the ever-welcoming university it is, received the Class of 2017’s midyear students with open arms. Among the many midyear-oriented activities was the Brandeis… Read More...

Brandeis Theater Company announces exciting spring season

A college spring semester signifies not only the start of new classes but also the beginning of the end for many students, namely those who are to graduate and embark on new adventures. The Brandeis… Read More...
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