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Rosalyn Drexler’s ‘Room 17’ and ‘Lobby’ recreates theater classics

The Rose Art Museum had their spring opening exhibition on Friday, Feb. 26. The monographic exhibition called “Who Does She Think She Is?” showcases artist Rosalyn Drexler… Read More...

Oscars lack diversity, try to correct it

After the Academy Award nominations were announced on Jan. 14, the famous hashtag #OscarsSoWhite appeared all over social media, causing everyone to wonder: where is the repres… Read More...

Brandeis art students’ photography and sculpture explores diverse topics

The time to exhibit work crafted by students in sculpture and photography classes has come. The exhibition in the Dreitzer Gallery of Spingold Theater Center is now available Mon… Read More...

Violinist and pianist masterfully perform for spring concert series

The Brandeis University’s spring concert series started this past weekend, with the special presence of Daniel Stepner on the violin and Janice Weber on the piano. They debute… Read More...

Admissions does good work to stimulate campus diversity

This week, the Brandeis Immigration Education Initiative (BIEI) organized an event titled, “The Immigrant Experience at Brandeis,” which aimed to stimulate learning mor… Read More...

Q&A: Nina Berger, Media Relations Consultant at The Rose

One of the most important things in art is to bring out the private sphere of art into the public world. Rosebud, a satellite gallery incorporating work from the Rose Art Museum into … Read More...

Brandeis properly honors Martin Luther King Day with the arts

It did not take long after Ford Hall 2015 for the student body to reunite again to talk about race, progress and representation. Brandeis University’s 11th Annual Rev. Dr. Marti… Read More...

Bridging the gap between international and domestic

The ideal dream of all admissions counselors who decide on who to accept or deny to their university is creating a diverse and unified community.

Nonetheless, not all internation… Read More...

Brandeis students win Karpf and Hahn Peace Awards

Recently, four students and a student group were named Maurice J. and Fay B. Karpf Peace Award and Ari Hahn Peace Award winners. The prizes are grants for projects that will work on p… Read More...

‘Little Shop of Horrors’ bites just right

“Little Shop of Horrors” first was a film created by Roger Corman, distributed as a B-movie in 1960. It slowly gained recognition and fame throughout the years, acquiring a cu… Read More...

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