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The 90th Oscars ceremony was above-average

There is no doubt the Oscars are the most influential award show in the movie industry, probably even the whole entertainment industry. At the 90th Annual Academy Awards ceremony… Read More...

BBSO hosts powerful ‘Shades of Blackness’ performance

The Brandeis Black Student Organization (BBSO) held a “Shades of Blackness” celebration on Saturday, Feb. 10 in Levin Ballroom to honor Black History Month. Hosted by resid… Read More...

Student spotlight: The community that Proscenium has offered these first year students

A cappella plays an important role in the arts community at Brandeis, with multiple groups representing different genres and themes of music. One of Brandeis’ many a cappella g… Read More...

Rose Art Museum opens spring semester exhibits

The Rose Art Museum opened three new exhibitions this Thursday as it transitioned between semesters. The new exhibits emphasize diversity and unconventionality in art and educ… Read More...

BAASA ‘Redefines’ fashion stereotypes in annual SKIN fashion show

The Brandeis Asian American Students Association (BAASA) hosted its annual SKIN fashion show in Levin Ballroom on Feb. 15.


SKIN was the first event in BAASA’s celebration of As… Read More...

‘Car Seat Headrest’ delivers a replacement that is not as authentic as original

In 2011, William & Mary sophomore Will Toledo poured all he had into his sixth Band Camp concept album called “Car Seat Headrest.” Layering both soft and shrieking vocal… Read More...

Annihilation: A flawed and unsettling work of surreal science fiction

There is a part of me that loves Alex Garland’s “Annihilation.” The problem is, that is not the part of me that is a very good critic. “Annihilation” skirts the line betwe… Read More...

Lovapalooza: An a cappella showcase that celebrates Valentine’s Day demonstrates present musical talent at Brandeis

A cappella groups from Brandeis and the Boston area performed to celebrate Valentine’s Day last Saturday as part of Lovapalooza, an event hosted by the Brandeis men’s a cappe… Read More...

Circle UP! teaches about education inequality

As part of ’DEIS Impact, the Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation Program (CAST) brought youth Boston theater group “Youth Underground” to Brandeis on Monday… Read More...

Mathias Boyar ’20 succeeds with debut EP ‘Hangup’

Mathias Boyar ’20, who raps under the mononym Mathias, just released his debut EP, “Hangup,” last Friday, Feb 2 . When I approached him in the Slosberg lobby, he initially di… Read More...

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