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Escape into the “Wild”

One of the best parts about summer vacation is the freedom to slip into stories that aren’t your own. As you turn the pages to meet new protagonists, everyday worries seem to fade away. With the first sip of green … Read More...

'Rabbit Hole' expresses real grief

This past weekend, the Brandeis Players presented David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Rabbit Hole,” the winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Directed by Jessie Field, stage managed by Briana Schiff and produced by Yoni Bronstein, the play starred a small but … Read More...

Brown professor talks on classical studies research

Brandeis’ Interdepartmental Program in European Cultural Studies welcomed Johanna Hanink to campus Wednesday to speak about her research in classical studies. Hanink studied classics at both the University of Michigan and the University of California Berkeley, and received her Ph.D. … Read More...

Memphis

Audience after audience was left in awe after the Boston Colonial Theater’s production of “Memphis” this winter. The plot of “Memphis” is based on Memphis disc jockey Dewey Philips, who was one of the first white DJs to play African … Read More...

WSRC celebrates 25 years of Women Making Music

The Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center celebrated the 25th anniversary of the anthology, “Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition 1150-1950,” compiled by Judith Tick and Jane Bowers last Sunday. At the event, Judith Tick, the Matthews Distinguished Professor of … Read More...

Women’s art exhibit captures definitions beyond the normative

In one painting, a little girl plays with a gun nearly her own size, a clear commentary on the ravages of gun violence. In another piece, a ballerina with short hair reflects the fluidity of gender roles and an awareness … Read More...

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