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Culture X’s 20th anniversary show remains rooted in tradition

When I walked into Levin Ballroom minutes before 7 p.m. on April 13, I was welcomed to Culture X by the Farfali percussion ensemble’s lively dancing and drumming. After the introduction, Culture X’s 20th anniversary… Read More...

MASS MoCA curator discusses work

Denise Markonish, a curator at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) and a Brandeis alumna, visited campus to share her work. In her talk, she discussed both group and individual shows she’d curated,… Read More...

The Union: Looking ahead to more improvement

As the newest class of Union members were sworn in at the State of the Union on Thursday, former President Hannah Brown ’19 reflected on the ups and downs of the Union during the past… Read More...

Branda team plans community app updates

Branda, an application created by a group of Brandeis undergraduate students that combines various aspects of student life, will soon have new features added to it, following its launch in December 2018. Since its launch,… Read More...

Brandeis rebrands with updated seal, narrative

Brandeis introduced an updated seal and logo on Wednesday in an effort to become more recognizable outside the Brandeis community, said Mark Neustadt, a marketer with Neustadt Creative Marketing who presented the logo to students,… Read More...

Softball ranks 20th in the NCAA, reaches 25 wins

Brandeis softball was on fire from April 11 to 20. The team won eight of their ten games closing their regular season record at 25-2-1 and finished 20th in Division III. After going 16 games… Read More...

Letter to the Editor: ‘deis IMPACT!

On behalf of The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (ODEI), we write to share our apologies to students, faculty and staff negatively impacted by the ‘deis IMPACT! “Immigration Court: An Experiential Program” proposal process.… Read More...

Slaughter in suburbia: ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ kills

Everyday challenges of suburban life—like parenting, keeping up with work and, of course, killing people for food—are struggles Drew Barrymore’s character in “Santa Clarita Diet” faces in every episode. But the show, which centers around… Read More...

Softball sits at No. 1 in New England, finishes second in the UAA

Over spring break, the Brandeis women’s softball team headed down to Pittsburgh to take on the Tartans of Carnegie Mellon University, sweeping them in both games played on Sunday to take the series in a… Read More...

Have no fear, Grad Bag is here

As the semester comes to a close, students are probably wondering what to do with all of the items they used during the year that they don’t plan on using next year. Students could throw… Read More...
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