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Poet Neil Hilborn finds humor even in the sadness

Laughter and smiles filled Slosberg Recital Hall last Saturday night, March 11 as Neil Hilborn took the mic and recited poems from his book, “Our Numbered Days.”

His poems focRead More...

Annual tradition ‘Liquid Latex’ sure to delight

Back again for its 17th annual show, Liquid Latex club has put together eight original performances for this year’s show. “Liquid Latex,” named Best College-Supported ArRead More...

Club Cantonese hosts new and creative hands-on event

For the first time, Brandeis’ Club Cantonese hosted Calligraphy Night on Friday, Feb. 10. Around 20 students gathered inside of the Slosberg recital hall to learn about Chines… Read More...

Prof. Wardwell fuses landscape images with lyrics

Professor Joseph Wardwell (FA) creates contemporary works of art with traditional landscape paintings and text from rock lyrics. The paintings, he says, make social and politiRead More...

Prof. Wong’s recent work links art, history, culture

Art history Prof. Aida Yuen Wong researches historical sources and the development of artistic trends to make cross-cultural connections among countries in the Asian continen… Read More...

Sodexo rings in the Lunar New Year with traditional Chinese foods

Brandeis University dining services celebrated Lunar New Year this Thursday, Jan. 26 by offering Asian barbecue, soups and entrees in Lower Usdan and Sherman dining halls durin… Read More...

Basement Records recognizes and fosters student talent

While some people dream of becoming the next big name in the music industry, Avi Hirshbein ’19 is more interested in the behind the scenes work. Last year he created Basement Reco… Read More...

Ebony Axis provides space for black women’s expression

LaShawn Simmons ’18 is devoted to restoring the humanity of black women through Ebony Axis, a zine that displays creative writing and art by black women on the Brandeis campus.

E… Read More...

Olivia Joy protests the sexualization of women’s bodies through art

With each and every brush stroke she makes on a canvas, Olivia Joy ’18 finds her own way to empower women and protest against the objectified view of women as sex symbols.

Since her … Read More...

The Vaughns brings fun beats to Chum’s

This past weekend, music was filling the air here at Brandeis University. Student musicians were jamming in the Stein on Friday, and Saturday saw two performances on campus. Whil… Read More...

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