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Masterfully directed and performed ‘Woyzeck’ fills theater with emotion

Paranoia. Guilt. Infidelity. Peas. What do all of these things have in common? This past weekend, the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts presented the play “Woyzeck” by Geo… Read More...

TSA’s Nightmarket brings authentic international cuisine to Brandeis campus

The Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)’s annual Nightmarket lit up the Fellows Garden outside of the SCC on Saturday, Oct. 7. For an evening, the Garden was transformed into a … Read More...

Women’s soccer team echoes NFL protests against police brutality

In a demonstration meant to reflect the NFL protests that have sparked national controversy in recent weeks, the Brandeis women’s soccer team held hands during the singing of t… Read More...

Two Brandeis professors awarded Nobel Prize

Two Brandeis professors were awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine Monday morning for their work studying circadian rhythms. Biology Professor Michael Rosbash and … Read More...

A Passion for Preparing Pickles

Angsty_pickles Instagramer Tres Fimmano’s ’18 introduction to pickling came in the form of an unexpected blueprint for pickled eggs on the back side of a recipe for pancakes… Read More...

Second Free Expression open meeting yields low student, faculty, staff turnout

The Task Force on Free Expression held its second meeting on Oct. 2 to review free expression principles that will guide campus discourse. The open meeting, meant to act as a forum f… Read More...

Farmal enlivens rooftop garden with food, music and dancing

Farmers, food lovers and community members alike gathered around Farmers Club’s rooftop garden above Gerstenzang Science Library to partake in Farmal 2017, on the evening of … Read More...

Task Force on Free Expression comes out with aspirational principles

The Task Force on Free Expression held one of three open meetings on Sept. 27 to discuss a set of principles aimed at guiding free speech and expression on campus. The three-page doc… Read More...

BAASA’s Pan Asian Night brings together various cultures through food

An array of cultural clubs, students and community members gathered on the patio of the Intercultural Center (ICC) to enjoy delicious delicacies at the Pan Asian Night on the evenRead More...

Capitol Steps’ performance falls short of a ‘comedy nerd’s’ expectations

Political comedy group “The Capitol Steps” came to Brandeis to perform on Thursday, Sept. 29. The troupe, consisting of former Senate staffers turned comedians, sang a vari… Read More...

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