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‘Justice League:’ an inoffensive mess

I am not a DC fan. Personally, I’ve always preferred Marvel comics over their older counterparts. But I’ve always respected the archetypal nature of DC heroes. Superman, Bat… Read More...

2017 American Music Awards, a night of dazzling performances and uplifting messages

Self empowerment was the main theme of the 2017 American Music Awards (AMAs), broadcasted on Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. Stars shined throughout the evening as many different artists across … Read More...

‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ is packed with emotions, yet parts of the plot remain uncertain

Noah: Last week we both went and saw “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and I have to say we were both kind of floored by it. Just a little bit of set-up: It’s the thir… Read More...

‘The Disaster Artist’ depicts the making of ‘The Room’ with stellar cinematography and acting

“The Disaster Artist” is a biopic about “The Room,” the most iconic “so bad it’s good” movie of all time. This story revolves around aspiring actor Greg Sestero (Da… Read More...

Adagio’s fall show celebrates dance at Brandeis

Students and community members crowded into Levin Ballroom to watch Adagio’s fall show, themed “Throwback Thursday,” on the evening of Thursday, Nov. 16. The show also fe… Read More...

MELA 2017 soars to new heights with a truly impressive and vibrant program

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka—all these beautiful cultures were celebrated at the South Asian Students’ Association… Read More...

Storytelling open-mic night presents students’ fascinating stories on misreading

“Everybody has stories that they don’t know they have within them,” said Brandeis English Professor David Sherman, who organized Tuesday’s Storytelling Open-Mic nig… Read More...

New Star Wars Battlefront II disappoints and fails to bring the fun

I love “Star Wars.” No matter how pretentious I pretend to be, I’ll always have a special place in my heart for Jedis and lightsabers. As a kid, I loved playing the video game … Read More...

A look at Brandeis Fine Arts professor Joe Wardwell’s piece in the MASS MoCA

“How much can a piece hold before it bursts apart?” Joe Wardwell asks, standing in front of his massive work of art. Wardwell’s piece, “Hello America: 40 Hits from the 50 St… Read More...

UTC’s ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ makes for a lighthearted fairy tale with great execution

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) new production of “Once Upon a Mattress” is a fun, heartwarming tale of love lifted into sentimentality by boisterous music… Read More...

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