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Farmers Club connects community with produce, important messages

Brandeis has huge diversity of clubs on campus: sports clubs, arts clubs, political clubs, cultural clubs and social justice clubs, among others. However, one club that might not be as well known as BAASA, Girl Up or Tron is the Read More...

The Rose’s spring lineup is expected to delight and amuse across many media

The Rose Art Museum opens its spring exhibitions to the public on Thursday, Feb. 16. In anticipation of the museum’s semester opening, a preview has been composed of the upcoming artists and displays. The Rose will showcase works from the Read More...

’DEIS Impact event discusses political and personal topics through art

The night of Sunday, Feb. 3, 2017 was cold and quiet. Inside Chums, however, it was pleasant. The “’DEIS Impact Open Mic Night: Diversifying Discussion Through Art,” an event from ’DEIS Impact, was about to begin. The room was filled Read More...

‘Hidden Figures’ commands the box office with its casting, visuals and lessons

One of the most talked about movies in theaters right now is “Hidden Figures.” The movie is relevant for several reasons: The plot revolves around the important topics of racism and, to a lesser degree, sexism; it was number one Read More...

‘Final Fantasy XV’: a road trip worth taking

“A Final Fantasy for fans and first-timers.” This is the first sentence that appears upon starting “Final Fantasy XV.” Right from the beginning, the game makes it clear that this is the most accessible entry yet in a series that’s Read More...

Prof. Wardwell fuses landscape images with lyrics

Professor Joseph Wardwell (FA) creates contemporary works of art with traditional landscape paintings and text from rock lyrics. The paintings, he says, make social and political statements about American society and culture. Wardwell finds that the relationship between American culture Read More...

‘The Assignment’ plot insensitive, an injustice to trans community

“The Assignment” is a movie starring Michelle Rodriguez and Sigourney Weaver.
Rodriguez is a cisgender woman playing hitman Frank Kitchen, a cisgender man who unknowingly undergoes surgery to become a woman. Frank Kitchen’s involuntarily gender confirmation surgery is performed by … Read More...

24-hour video game marathon for NAMI surpasses fundraising goal

“I’m telling you guys, next year, 48 hours,” joked Riely Allen ’18. “No,” his suitemates quickly replied in unison, still reeling from the tiring endeavor of the day before.

The marathon began at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28 and … Read More...

Club Cantonese welcomes all to exuberant Chinese New Year celebration

Cantonese Club rang in the new year with Jeopardy, food and much laughter on Saturday, Jan. 28 in the Intercultural Center. No, this was not the kind of event where people could grab plates of free food and sneak out … Read More...

Prof. Wong’s recent work links art, history, culture

Art history Prof. Aida Yuen Wong researches historical sources and the development of artistic trends to make cross-cultural connections among countries in the Asian continent and beyond.

Wong is not only an art history professor, but also the chair of … Read More...

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