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New volleyball coach joins Brandeis team

Head Volleyball Coach Michelle Kim recently stepped down from the position when she was promoted to assistant athletic director. Kim has been replaced this summer by Alesia Vaccari. Vaccari comes to Brandeis after spending three… Read More...

Springfest is here: happiness and cheer

After a semester of waiting, the time has finally come for Springfest 2014: The Beach Party. There was much anticipation around the reveal of the bands, and after the customary build-up of a Student Events… Read More...

THA professor Krstansky to direct play next fall

It may be the end of the semester, but that doesn’t mean that the theater is quiet. This Monday, in the Crawford Studio in Spingold Theater, Professor Adrianne Krstansky (THA) held auditions for a play… Read More...

Mr. Brandeis Pageant raises money for cancer

On Thursday in Levin Ballroom, Brandeis Relay for Life and Student Events teamed up to put on the annual Mr. Brandeis Pageant. Contestants were announced on the event’s Facebook page in mid-March and have been… Read More...

‘1984’ a frightful and intense interrogation

“This is not your 10th grade English class,” said Sarah Waldron ’17 in her director’s note for Brandeis Players’ performance of “1984.” This much was clear instantaneously, as audience members entered the SCC theater on… Read More...

Senior talent on display in theater Festival

Every year, theater majors at Brandeis are given the opportunity to apply for a senior thesis in the form of a senior festival show, now in its third year. The performances are free and open… Read More...

Avett Brothers rock TD Garden

The TD Garden hosts many concerts throughout the year, from Justin Timberlake to Miley Cyrus, but this past weekend, the stadium heard a different kind of music. On Saturday, The Avett Brothers played the Garden… Read More...

“Play On!” a work in progress but beautifully performed

“Play On! A One-Woman Musical Romp with Shakespeare’s Heroines” was conceived, written, co-developed and performed by Laura Jo Trexler MFA ’14. The show was born from one song, “Speak No More,” that Trexler wrote last… Read More...

Artist-in-residence Abrams accepted to Boston Sculptors Gallery

Christopher Abrams has been the Artist-in-Residence at Brandeis for the best part of 10 years. When he first came here, he was barely out of graduate school. He has come a long way since then;… Read More...

“A View from the Bridge”

Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” is showing this weekend in Laurie Theater in Spingold, sponsored by Brandeis Theater Company. As a part of this week’s ‘DEIS Impact festival, the show highlights social issues… Read More...
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