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Comparing English and American

Besides its obvious ties to England, American English is most definitely not the same language as the English spoken in the United Kingdom. I’ve heard that before, but it wasn’t until I came here that I realized that it’s totally … Read More...

Student takes class project to the next level


The Heller School for Social Policy and Management hosted the second screening of Before Sunrise, a short film by Mohammad Kundos ’10 who also composed the music for the film. The first screening was held during the Leonard Bernstein Festival … Read More...

Culture X wows audiences despite changes


This year, Culture X was included as part of the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts. Needless to say, Culture X is the largest and one of the best shows held on campus. This year’s show was no different, … Read More...

Prospect II gives students chance to appreciate art

The annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts kicked off last Wednesday evening with Prospect II. This was the second of two exhibitions held this semester showcasing the works of the 2007-2008 Post-Baccalaureate students in Studio Art.

Now in … Read More...

Mixed Heritage Club shares personal experiences

Founded last semester, the Mixed Heritage Club (MHC) provides an outlet for the mixed heritage community at Brandeis and for those who would like to share in the mixed heritage experience. Last Tuesday’s showcase provided attendees an inside look on … Read More...

All things South Asian: Natraj, Ayurveda and bhangra

diverse-city-3-28-08_final_page_1_image_0003.jpgBrandeis’ South Asian Students Association provided the opportunity for a much needed study break last Wednesday with Roots ‘n’ Rhythm – A night of South Asian Fusion. And with a relaxing band, henna tattoos and a free band, what more … Read More...

Wonderland, Dorothy, and Doug, oh my!

diverse-city-3-21-08-final_page_1_image_0002.jpg From Nickelodeon throwbacks to Dorothy’s ruby-red slippers, Liquid Latex once again solidified its position as one of Brandeis’ most successful shows. And, to be honest, you would expect no less from a show offering engaging dance routines, intricately designed costumes … Read More...

Designing, dancing, singing, and fashion

diverse-city-3-14-08_page_1_image_0004.jpgA packed Levin Ballroom bore witness to the annual highlight of the Brandeis Asian American Student Association’s (BAASA’s) celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM). Coordinated this year by Kayla Sotomil ’10, SKIN 2008 is a unique fashion show, … Read More...

Students Ring in the Year of the Rat

dc02150801.jpgWarmly clad masses of the campus’s culturally inclined braved the wintry weather last Saturday evening as the Brandeis Chinese Cultural Connection presented Lunar New Year 2008 in Shapiro Campus Center. Thursday, February 7th marked the beginning of the Year of … Read More...

Student photography exhibit on HIV/AIDS epidemic

Many members of the Brandeis community may not have heard of the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC). However, recent exhibitions have solidified the WSRC’s prominence on campus, matching that of the Rose Art Museum.

Last semester, the WSRC played host … Read More...

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