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MASS MoCA curator discusses work

Denise Markonish, a curator at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and a Brandeis alumna, visited campus to share her work. In her talk, she discussed both group and individual shows she’d curated,… Read More...

‘Boston Calling’ interview and recommendations

Interview with Boston Calling Co-Founder Mike Snow “I grew up here and I grew up jumping on the train to see punk rock shows in Kenmore Square. I love being here and being about this… Read More...

What we can do here and now

My advice to Brandeis students: Eschew transience by engaging with your community. In other words, live in the here and now. It’s something I’ve struggled with for most of my life, trying to stay firmly… Read More...

Going with your gut: The case for kombucha

“I need the booch!” Travis Scott exclaims in his hit song Sicko Mode. These are words that we would all do well to live by. Kombucha is a fermented tea that’s recently become quite popular… Read More...

The mad, musical theater spectacle of ‘The Bacchae’

Thebes has been overrun. Their king, Pentheus, has defied Dionysus, mocking his deity and sacred rites. As his revenge, Dionysus drives the city-state mad. The ancient Greek play by Euripides, “The Bacchae,” has been revived,… Read More...

What our leaders owe us

Student government at Brandeis needs to be better. We elect people to the Union in order to represent us. But that hasn’t been going on—instead of listening, they disregard their constituents, bent on passing their… Read More...

Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Arts preview

The annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Arts is fast approaching, running from “Super Sunday” April 7 to Sunday, April 14. The festival features both student and faculty-run groups around campus as well as outside… Read More...

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper

Trizzy Tré, the Rapper, recently won the BEAM Competition for Springfest 2019 student performer. I sat down with the artist—also known as Tré Warner ’22—and discussed his music, career and getting to share a stage… Read More...

“Nature’s Nation” exhibit examines American art

Most art museums don’t really try to explore the origins of their pieces. They leave them up on the wall with just a few scraps of information—leaving it up to us to piece together their… Read More...

‘Love, Death and Robots’ is Netflix garbage

I haven’t watched TV for almost a year. That’s only a slight exaggeration—I haven’t really gotten into any TV shows since “The Americans” went off the air. I used to love television, but I feel… Read More...
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