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Rocky Horror Disney entertains with an ‘anything goes policy’

For all those truly unfamiliar with The Rocky Horror Picture Show, be advised: there is a special induction process for those who have never been to a midnight showing of this cinem… 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 flui… Read More...

Hemingway urges students to act on the duty of dreams

To celebrate the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. students gathered in the SCC Theater on Monday evening for spoken word poetry, song, dance and reflection, which echoed th… Read More...

Mandel continues work to invest in humanities and Jewish education

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Overlooking the palm trees and Atlantic Ocean through the spacious glass walls of his living room, Morton Mandel, 91, speaks sharply on business strategy, va… Read More...

Univ scholars reflect on violence against women

After the brutal rape of a 23-year-old medical student in New Delhi, the issue of violence against women has moved to the forefront of not only international conversation, but als… Read More...

Fencing team ‘foils’ its foes

Brandeis Fencing this season is considered one of the top teams in Division III and many consider the team to be comparable to one of the Division I level. Tim Morehouse, U.S. Olympi… Read More...

Dining changes proposed, Aramark contract on table

Senior Vice President for Administration Mark Collins announced that the university will be considering new dining service contractors. While the university may not necessar… Read More...

Mela highlights South Asian culture with synchronicity and skill

Mela, hosted by the South Asian Students’ Association, introduced students to “Kahaani: Our Story” through music, dance and spoken word performances on Nov. 17. Set in fr… Read More...

Men’s basketball wins Big Four Tournament

After a disappointing opening loss against Rhode Island College in the first game of the season, the men’s basketball team has rebounded nicely, winning their last four games t… Read More...

Dylan nixed, possibility of festival still on table

Bob Dylan has been cut from the set list for next semester’s proposed festival. While the event is still likely to occur, it will no longer be called the 50th Anniversary Bob Dylan … Read More...

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