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Student ‘Water’ exhibit provokes sustainability discussion

“Water,” until recently on view in the Shapiro Science Center, is a multimedia exhibition comprised of sculpture, oil paintings, photographs and other forms that engage with the nature of one of our most precious resources. In a deeply changing world, Read More...

Bay Faction and LuxDeluxe set groovy vibe in Stein concert

Even before the modest sports-bar-turned-concert-venue of the Stein was filled with the robust sounds of musical guests Bay Faction and LuxDeluxe, there were clusters of students smattered across the venue engaged in vibrant, excited chatter. While the first band, Bay Read More...

Sundeis a night of innovative, hysterical, gripping films

Brandeis Television (BTV) showcased 19 student-made films in its film festival, dubbed Sundeis, on the evening of Thursday, April 20. Sundeis, held in the Wasserman Cinematheque, screened works under four categories: Experimental, Sci-Fi, Comedy and Drama. Each film offered something Read More...

Tommy Hartung speaks about his Rose multimedia exhibit

“Let me tell you some of the stories,” a deep, digitally-distorted voice says, as disorienting, fish-eyed footage of a house in the middle of the desert appears on the screen. The house is desolate, with only a desiccated plant growing Read More...

Adagio’s ‘Dance Everywhere!’ a spring favorite

As we’ve come to expect each spring semester at Brandeis, Adagio’s semester show brought to Levin Ballroom a packed evening of 21 dance pieces of several genres. Titled “Dance Everywhere!” the show spoke to the great efforts of Adagio’s roughly Read More...

TBA and Bad Grammer play quirky improv games

To Be Announced (TBA) and Bad Grammer teamed up for Thursday Night Fight: TBA vs. Bad Grammer in Zaniest Show Yet, providing the audience with laughter and good times on Thursday, April 20. The two improv groups combined and then Read More...

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’ is a blunt instrument

Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album “DAMN.” dropped about two weeks ago, and that seems like almost enough time to be able to talk about it. Long story short, I don’t think it’s as good as Kendrick’s prior release, “To Pimp Read More...

‘Doctor Who’ returns for a 10th season with a familiar face and a fresh one

A TV show that’s been around for 54 years is bound to need a break every now and then, in addition to having to reinvigorate itself from time to time. “Doctor Who” consists of an alien known simply as the Read More...

‘Louis-Ferdinand Céline’ illustrates the dangers of ignorance

On Monday, April 24, the Wasserman Cinematheque was filled with professors, students and other members of the community excited to attend the screening of the French film “Louis-Ferdinand Céline.”

Director Emmanuel Bourdieu flew in from Paris to present the film Read More...

The conundrum of Frank Ocean’s ‘Endless’

Being a Frank Ocean fan can be confusing. After the release of the electric (but overly reliant on samples) mixtape “Nostalgia Ultra” in 2011 and his debut R&B masterpiece “Channel Orange” in 2012, Ocean retreated from the public eye—aggressively. He Read More...

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