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‘It’s Time’ provides much-needed comedic relief on campus

UPDATED 10/19 at 5:33 p.m. For days leading up to Oct. 13, 2018, organizers Perry Letourneau ’20 and Dane Leoniak ’20 had posted on a Facebook page event counting down to “It’s Time.” The event… Read More...

Halloween Classic: ‘The Sixth Sense’

Night Shyamalan’s “The Sixth Sense” describes the journey of a boy named Cole Sear on his quest to fit in with his classmates, and the simultaneous changes that child psychologist Malcolm Crowe undergoes as he… Read More...

The Rose teaches ways of seeing

Last Saturday, the Rose Art Museum started its “Through Lines” series with a guided tour by Professor Andreas Teuber (PHIL, FA). The program’s goal is to combine an expert guest speaker with the museum’s considerable… Read More...

‘Adam ruins’ family weekend

Brandeis celebrated family weekend with student and professional performances alike, but possibly the one with most buzz was comedian Adam Conover. Known for work at popular group CollegeHumor (whose fans never actually seem to be… Read More...

‘Talking With…:’ eleven touching monologues provides engaging view into women’s lives

The Free Play Cooperative somewhat unofficially joined Family Weekend with their newest show, “Talking With…” which proved to be a touchingly emotional night of stories. Directed by Lauren Komer ’21 and Amber Ruth Crossman ’21,… Read More...

‘Venom’- two tongues down

“I’ve had one of those things… up my ass!” exclaims Tom Hardy, in his terrible “American” accent, somewhere in the middle of “Venom.” Just one of the awful, laughable moments, “Venom” is a mediocre superhero… Read More...

Life is meaningless but ‘Little Dark Age’ is good

“Go fuck yourself, you heard me right.” This January, MGMT released their fourth studio album “Little Dark Age.” The album is heavy in retro synth-funk and psych-rocks sounds, and lead singer Andrew VanWyngarden’s lyrics are… Read More...

Music exhibit celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s legacy

The Dreitzer Gallery in Spingold Theater will be dedicating a music exhibit for Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday until Nov. 18. Organized by the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, the exhibit features numerous… Read More...

Twenty One Pilots: Entrenched in one’s thoughts

Twenty One Pilots’ newest album titled “Trench” features a variety of songs with metaphors on the difficulties of struggling with mental health littered throughout the lyrics. This album marks the first collection of songs Twenty… Read More...

‘Manifest’ converges ideas of faith and religion

When the first trailer for “Manifest” was released, it seemed to follow a very similar plotline that the hit show “Lost” followed. With speculation about the true inspiration that creator Jeff Rake had in creating… Read More...
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