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Purple Rain: A Memorial to Prince

2016 continues to be a year highlighted by loss in the arts community. The morning of April 21, beloved Minneapolis artist and music superstar Prince Rogers Nelson was found dead i… Read More...

Remembering the Starman: a memorial to David Bowie

David Bowie died last Sunday of cancer at age 69, two days after the release of his final studio album, “Blackstar.”

After an 18-month battle with cancer which reportedly star… Read More...

Brandeis community comes together to interpret 1963 painting

As part of the Rose Art Museum’s “Close Looking Series,” Brandeis Fine Arts lecturer Scott Patrick Wiener hosted a discussion on James Rosenquist’s 1963 painting, “T… Read More...

Changes: sudden and not so new

Many students come to Brandeis with a vague idea of what they want out of their time as an undergraduate, or even what they want out of their career after graduation, but many more com… Read More...

PCC screens “Perks” for Mental Illness Awareness Week

The Psychological Counseling Center, in partnership with Brandeis Students for Disability Activism and Active Minds Brandeis, held a screening of the critically acclaimed fi… Read More...

This week in singles

Last Friday, elusive and exceptional singer Sia released the first single from her upcoming album “This Is Acting.” According to Stereogum.com, the album will be composed o… Read More...

Musicians step into the lamplight

Every Brandeis student recognizes “The Light of Reason” sculpture. It serves as a landmark on campus, and the gathering place for our first welcome as Brandeisians, but afte… Read More...

It’s one big improvisation

As Brandeis students, we have access to a plethora of classes and no shortage of fields to study. Because of this, we are encouraged to take courses outside our major and minor track… Read More...

Prince’s “HITNRUN: phase one” a hit?

On Monday, Sept. 7, veteran performance artist Prince released his 38th studio album, titled “HITnRUN phase one.” The album itself was only announced a month and a half ago an… Read More...

Bigger, louder, more teeth

In 1993, we were first introduced to the little theme park in the Caribbean where you can buy over-priced souvenirs and get eaten alive by a 65-million-year-old dinosaur with teet… Read More...

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