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Improving LGBTQ life on campus

The main focus when it comes time to talk about diversity is people of color, and I agree this is a topic of conversation that students should be having on the Brandeis campus and the many other campuses across the Read More...

The Brandeis response to the immigration order

There is something in the air on the Brandeis campus that gives the impression that nothing is occurring. Yes, Donald J. Trump is President of the United States. Yes, his policies are somehow uproarious, but so far the most affected Read More...

Academy Awards answer calls for change

The first film to have obtained 14 Academy Award nominations—a record at the Academy—was “All About Eve” (1950), a movie about actors (Hollywood loves rewarding itself). That record wasn’t tied until the blockbuster “Titanic” (1997) came along. Now, with the … Read More...

‘Doctor Strange’ thrills with its cinematic brilliance

Unlike many other superhero movies, “Doctor Strange” translates well from the pages of comic books to the movie screen.

Often times, some comic books should never make it to film, especially nowadays, when it seems as though Marvel Studios has … Read More...

Only Hollywood movie made during WWII to explore its aftermath

The National Center for Jewish Film and the American Studies program brought the film “None Shall Escape” to Brandeis, in a rare screening in 35mm on Tuesday, Nov. 1.

The 1944 film has a unique historical context for various reasons. … Read More...

Seasoned writers disclose the art of publishing novels

How does an author get published? Brandeis tried to answer this question on Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Pearlman Lounge. Michelle Hoover, Brandeis’ Fannie Hurst writer-in-residence, introduced a panel of writers who were eager to share their experiences in getting their … Read More...

Lou Jones’ photography illuminates the joy of diversity

For Lou Jones, photography is a medium to give voice to those who lack one. He is a pioneer in his profession and is beyond merely “capable.”

Jones visited the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) to talk about his latest … Read More...

Encourage and empower women in STEM field

“It’s absolutely ridiculous,” said Angela Mendez ’18, reacting to the statement that Tim Hunt, a biochemist and molecular physiologist, and Nobel Prize-winner in Medicine in 2001, said a year ago, in 2015; “I remember when Tim Hunt said [that] three … Read More...

‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ whines its way to glory

After 12 years, the third installment of the “Bridget Jones” (2001 – 2004) film series has finally been released.

When Working Title Films announced its intention to make another film back in 2009, several problems arose after the announcement. In … Read More...

Brandeis students showcase art from home and abroad in new exhibition

Right in Goldman-Schwartz Art Studios, you will find an amalgamation of talent, inspiration and style in an exhibition of the new artwork from home and abroad students. The one thing they have in common: They are all talented artists.

Abstract, … Read More...

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