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Too Cheap For Instruments Exhibits Another Successful Folk Fest

On Saturday, Brandeis a cappella group, Too Cheap For Instruments, hosted their annual Folk Fest on the Great Lawn. The performance, part of Leonard Bernstein’s Festival of the Creative Arts, highlighted folk singers and bands… Read More...

Dancers in Adagio semester show dance like they meme it

The Adagio Dance Company hosted their semester show Wednesday, a performance that exemplified the energy dance can bring into the room. With a theme based on memes, the show demonstrated the sense of community and… Read More...

Leonard Bernstein’s Festival of the Creative Arts: Q&A with Ingrid Schorr and Ingrid Pabon

The presence of admitted students on campus coincided with the rise of a plethora of celebratory arts events on campus. The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts kicked off last Sunday and will continue… Read More...

Blockers is a stupid but light-hearted comedy

Rated-R romantic comedies have taken a downward spiral in recent years, with plot lines and actions that attempt to be funny, but end up being too cringe-worthy. Films that fall into this category include “Sisters,”… Read More...

‘Into The Woods’ is powerful and energetic

The Department of Theater Arts’ performance of “Into The Woods” was powerful, emotional and energetic. The show, which ran from March 16 to 18 in the Spingold Theater, showcased incredible student talent and the hard… Read More...

Hip hop artist Celo speaks out about the significance of music

Brandeis allows students to explore their passions, take control of what they like to do and make it their own. One student, Marcelo Brociner ’18, or Celo, has been pursuing his love of hip hop… Read More...

Legally Latex lives up to its lively potential

This past Tuesday, Levin Ballroom filled to capacity for the 18th Annual Liquid Latex show, “Legally Latex.” This year’s Latex featured over 70 models in eight pieces that were both powerful and hysterical. Liquid Latex… Read More...

Student spotlight: The community that Proscenium has offered these first year students

A cappella plays an important role in the arts community at Brandeis, with multiple groups representing different genres and themes of music. One of Brandeis’ many a cappella groups, Proscenium, specializes in musical theatre and… Read More...

Lovapalooza: An a cappella showcase that celebrates Valentine’s Day demonstrates present musical talent at Brandeis

A cappella groups from Brandeis and the Boston area performed to celebrate Valentine’s Day last Saturday as part of Lovapalooza, an event hosted by the Brandeis men’s a cappella group, VoiceMale. Brandeis groups Starving Artists,… Read More...

VoiceMale competes at ICCAs

This past Saturday, over 10 a cappella groups from Massachusetts schools competed for a cappella glory at the quarterfinals of the International Collegiate Championship of A cappella at Berklee School of Music. The name of… Read More...
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