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Liquid latex showcases student talent

Amid the odor of fresh paint and the tightly packed balconies brewing with intricately painted nude bodies, Levin Ballroom was packed with students waiting in eager anticipatio… Read More...

Brandeis students march for climate change awareness

Inspired by the recent March on Climate Change in Washington, D.C., which drew 40,000 people, more than 30 Brandeis students staged an on-campus march for climate change awarene… Read More...

'Much Ado' transcends time

Hold Thy Peace’s 25th show, “Much Ado About Nothing” opens this weekend, a show for everyone who is a nineties kid at heart. This production combines the traditional Shakes… Read More...

Heartbeat musicians transcend conflict

An hour and a half into Heartbeat’s Wednesday concert in Levin Ballroom, all nine Israeli and Palestinian musicians placed their instruments to resting position. With violin… 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 stud… Read More...

Brandeis facilities hold strong through blizzard

This past weekend, Nemo hit Waltham and many other New England towns hard, burying homes and cars under nearly two feet of snow. In any extreme weather condition, Brandeis, like al… Read More...

Rose museum unveils three exhibits and a new floor

This week, The Rose Art Museum celebrates the opening of three new exhibits from artists Ed Ruscha, Sam Jury and Walead Beshty. In Beshty’s exhibit, titled “On the Matter of Ab… Read More...

Dushkus deliver keynote address of ‘Deis Impact

Actress Eliza Dushku, most famous for her role on “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” and her mother Judy Dushku, a political science professor at Suffolk University, visited campu… Read More...

Students talk to released inmate Damien Echols

Forming part of ’Deis Impact week, Brandeis seniors, working on the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, spoke with re… Read More...

Dreitzer gallery displays student art in comfortable atmosphere

Brandeis thrives on its theater and arts. Appropriately, students and faculty gathered at the Dreitzer gallery in Spingold Theater to view recent artwork completed by undergra… Read More...

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