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BCC enacts change to account for high demand

The Brandeis Counseling Center (BCC) is adding staff, expanding hours and increasing group therapy sessions to meet increased demand for counseling center resources this semeRead More...

Kindness Day spreads positivity on campus

For the past eight years, Nov. 9 has been known as Kindness Day at Brandeis. Kindness Day gives students the chance to send personalized cards to their friends, show appreciation f… Read More...

Syrian artists blend music and painting in live performance, ‘Home Within’

Ghostly figures appear on the projector screen, their arms stretched up to the sky. A spotlight fades in on the center, highlighting the lone clarinetist who begins to play a slow, … Read More...

Director details frustration leading up to cancellation of ‘Buyer Beware’

Frustrations with communication from the theater department and suggestions to move the performance off-campus preceded playwright Michael Weller’s ’65 decision to canRead More...

UTC’s ‘The Sparrow,’ ambitious and lighthearted

“The Sparrow,” the newest play from Brandeis’ Undergraduate Theater Collective (UTC), is an ambitious show, relying on abstract dance scenes to tell its story. In its proRead More...

Students rent artworks from the Rose’s Student Loan Collection

If you’ve ever struggled to decorate your dorm room, fret no more: The Rose Art Museum’s Student Loan Program can help.

Since 1956, the Rose has been loaning pieces from its col… Read More...

Flagel to leave Brandeis

Andrew Flagel, the senior vice president for students and enrollment, is leaving Brandeis this month for a research fellowship at the National Research Center for College and Un… Read More...

PHIL 128A: The intersection of culture, religion, philosophy and the law

Should the state recognize polygamy? Should feminists struggle to emancipate women from cultural practices to which they themselves do not object?

If these questions, introdu… Read More...

Crenshaw delivers thought-provoking lecture on intersectionality

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, the influential scholar who coined the term “intersectionality,” received the Joseph B. and Toby Gittler prize on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Crensh… Read More...

Audience falls for X Ambassadors and Great Good Fine Ok

A crowd of students and community members filled the Shapiro Gym on the evening of Friday, Oct. 21, eager to see what the night would bring to them. The headlining act, alternative r… Read More...

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