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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 th… Read More...

CAST unique minor offered to Brandeisians

When it comes to narrowing down majors and minors, Brandeis University offers a variety of options. Some of them are uniquely designed here at Brandeis, such as the HSSP program (H… Read More...

Booker’s Exhibition showcases wonderful complexity in sculpture

Since the beginning of the summer, Chakaia Booker’s exhibition “SpeakEasy” has been available at the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) in the Kniznick Gallery. TRead More...

All-female ‘Ghostbusters’ cast vanquishes the patriarchy

The reunion of director Paul Feig with actresses Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig would lead you to think that they are up for another touchstone success of the exact same magnitu… Read More...

The college transition: easy for some, not so much for others

August can lead to the beginning of something great, a long anticipated dream becoming a reality: attending the university of your dreams. It could also be the polar opposite: the … Read More...

‘Shoes On, Shoes Off’ a production that doesn’t require words

The long-awaited production of “Shoes On, Shoes Off: Sixteen Dance Scenes About Shoes, People & Other Important Things,” a dance play directed and choreographed by Pr… Read More...

‘Guys and Dolls’ rolls the dice, comes out on top

On Thursday, April 7, the Hillel Theater Group (HTG) put on “Guys and Dolls” at the SCC Theater, which is a musical written by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows and the music and lyrics … Read More...

Liquid latex wows with Batman, Spice Girls and Mario Kart

Beware! The lights are out and not only one, but four villains plagued Gotham. The only way to overthrow the city once again? Batman, a battle of latex and dancing—all of it took pl… Read More...

‘The Vagina Monologues’ embraces female pleasure and feminism

“Vagina, vagina, vagina.” One of the most frequently mentioned words in the play, it is the topic of Eve Ensler’s 1996 play “The Vagina Monologues.” It is all “The Vag… Read More...

Russian Student Talent Show celebrates International Women’s Day

A sheer joy of Brandeis University’s student body is realizing that it is an eclectic group of people from all over the world, whose distinct backgrounds are enriching and compe… Read More...

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