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Rose’s fall exhibitions promise powerful messages across many media

At the start of a new semester at Brandeis, you can expect to see a flush of fresh faces on campus, returning students catching up with one another and, at the Rose Art Museum, an excit… Read More...

Students speak: summer internships in the arts

Summer—a time for college students to catch up on the hours of sleep that slipped away during the school year, a time for ice cream and cold drinks with old friends; a time for chall… Read More...

A Hygge Summer Abroad: Books and Bars

Students typically say goodbye to each other for summer break, but for senior Danielle Simms ’18, the break was an opportunity to say hello to a new set of friends and a new city. At … Read More...

Campus evacuated for six hours and counting due to bomb threat

Update at 4:50 p.m. The Brandeis campus has been reopened, and students are free to return to their residences after a seven-hour evacuation. The university will resume normal opRead More...

Student ‘Water’ exhibit provokes sustainability discussion

“Water,” until recently on view in the Shapiro Science Center, is a multimedia exhibition comprised of sculpture, oil paintings, photographs and other forms that engage wiRead More...

Bay Faction and LuxDeluxe set groovy vibe in Stein concert

Even before the modest sports-bar-turned-concert-venue of the Stein was filled with the robust sounds of musical guests Bay Faction and LuxDeluxe, there were clusters of studeRead More...

Demonstration against sexual violence removed

A demonstration against sexual violence on campus was removed sometime after 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 23, according to members of Brandeis Students Against Sexual Assault (B.SAS… Read More...

Adagio’s ‘Dance Everywhere!’ a spring favorite

As we’ve come to expect each spring semester at Brandeis, Adagio’s semester show brought to Levin Ballroom a packed evening of 21 dance pieces of several genres. Titled “DaRead More...

Bryson ’19, Gourde ’17 run national-caliber times at UAAs

The men’s and women’s track and field teams both placed seventh at the UAA Conference Championship last weekend, though each team showcased a few strong individual performaRead More...

66th Commencement honorary degree recipients ‘repair the world’

Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella will speak at the 2017 commencement, according to a press release from University President Ron Liebowitz on Tuesday, April 4.

A da… Read More...

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