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Thank U, Latex: a unique Brandeis tradition

Another year, another Liquid Latex. Nineteen years in and the Brandeis tradition of stripping down to our bottoms and plastering ourselves in latex paint is going stronger than ever. Nothing says campus diversity quite like… Read More...

All positions filled during first spring election

The first round of the spring elections saw all seven positions filled for the Executive board and other representatives in the student union. A total of 999 students voted in the election. In the Executive… Read More...

AAPI Studies program in the works

A new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies program is set to begin at Brandeis in the 2019-2020 school year, according to Max Tang ’19, president of the Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF). The… Read More...

OSRL in search for new director, University Chaplain

Finalists for the Director of the Office Spiritual and Religious Life (OSRL) at Brandeis were announced in an email sent to the student body on March 14. The new director will serve as the University… Read More...

In “Us,” Jordan Peele Unleashes His Apocalyptic Pessimism

Few endings are as gratifying as the conclusion of “Get Out.” Our hero, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) finally, well, gets out (with some unexpected help from a friend). But this crowd-pleasing closure was writer/director Jordan Peele’s… Read More...

It’s upset season

“The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, also known as March Madness, is a single-elimination tournament that happens each spring featuring 68 of the top college basketball teams in the country. As spring begins to… Read More...

“Nature’s Nation” exhibit examines American art

Most art museums don’t really try to explore the origins of their pieces. They leave them up on the wall with just a few scraps of information—leaving it up to us to piece together their… Read More...

‘Love, Death and Robots’ is Netflix garbage

I haven’t watched TV for almost a year. That’s only a slight exaggeration—I haven’t really gotten into any TV shows since “The Americans” went off the air. I used to love television, but I feel… Read More...

March Madness begins with No. 1 seeds Duke, Gonzaga, North Carolina and Virginia

March Madness is upon us with the start of the NCAA Tournament, arguably one of the most exciting events in sports. An event where 68 of the nation’s best college basketball teams will go head… Read More...

Anna Deavere Smith accepts 2019 Richman Fellowship

Actor, playwright and educator Anna Deavere Smith is this year’s Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life. Deavere Smith accepted the award from President Ron Liebowitz in a packed Sherman Function Hall on Thursday. Deavere Smith’s… Read More...
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