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Masterfully directed and performed ‘Woyzeck’ fills theater with emotion

Paranoia. Guilt. Infidelity. Peas. What do all of these things have in common? This past weekend, the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts presented the play “Woyzeck” by Geo… Read More...

TSA’s Nightmarket brings authentic international cuisine to Brandeis campus

The Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)’s annual Nightmarket lit up the Fellows Garden outside of the SCC on Saturday, Oct. 7. For an evening, the Garden was transformed into a … Read More...

‘Wonderful Wonderful’ lives up to its title as The Killers finally make a comeback

There has not been a scarcity of well established indie and alternative artists releasing new music within the past few months. New releases this past spring and summer from Lorde… Read More...

Brandeisians tackle Kafka in stunning adaptation of ‘The Metamorphosis’

“When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.” That’s the first line of Franz Kafka’s deeply … Read More...

The brilliance behind FX comedy series ‘Better Things’

Last fall, two new high-profile comedies premiered on FX. One was “Atlanta,” a mold-breaking comedy series by actor/rapper/wunderkind Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambin… Read More...

“Blade Runner 2049” lives up to expectations

“Blade Runner 2049” is the the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult classic “Blade Runner.” The story this time around is set 30 years later and revolves around a new … Read More...

Farmal enlivens rooftop garden with food, music and dancing

Farmers, food lovers and community members alike gathered around Farmers Club’s rooftop garden above Gerstenzang Science Library to partake in Farmal 2017, on the evening of … Read More...

Close Looking Series at the Rose explores sexuality, gender, HIV/AIDS and the female body

How do we have sex after the AIDS crisis? This was only one of the questions that Prof. Tom King (ENG) and Susan Metrican (FA) considered at the first session of the Close Looking seri… Read More...

Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival proves that jazz is still thriving

I’d begun to think that jazz was dead. That had seemed to be the cultural opinion, too. One of last year’s Oscar contenders, “La La Land,” had the death of the genre as a major … Read More...

‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ raises the bar with scare factor and high intensity

Horror movies rarely scare me. They used to, but it’s been awhile since a scary movie has given me that feeling of creeping terror that made me squirm or jump out of my seat. But a new … Read More...

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