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‘Shameless’ season 10: are politically charged shenanigans getting old?

Somehow, even after 10 seasons, “Shameless” has been able to keep surprising us and also not surprising us. The show follows the Gallaghers, a family living in poverty in the south side of Chicago. With… Read More...

The love of look: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’

To love is to look. To gaze at the one you care about, learning their perspective, their point-of-view and the manner in which they move through the world. To find yourself pulled deeper. To learn… Read More...

The Marvel Universe hits Disney+

When “Avengers: Endgame” hit screens last year, fans walked out of theaters knowing that they’d reached the end of an era. After building up the story of the Avengers for over 10 years, “Endgame” was… Read More...

The Michigan Rattlers were delightfully decent

The Michigan Rattlers are the perfect definition of white mediocrity. Don’t get me wrong, the band wasn’t bad. To certain midwestern tastes, the Rattlers probably have a pretty great sound, and they certainly know how… Read More...

New semester, new Rose Art Museum

The Thursday before break, Feb. 13, was a big day for the Rose Art Museum. The building opened its doors to the public for the first time this semester for a catered opening celebration.The Rose… Read More...

‘Quickies’ 2020: the good, the bad and a shelf

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) annual festival “Quickies” showcased nine student-written short plays on Sunday, Feb. 9. Per tradition, all shows were written, directed, produced and performed by Brandeis students. Some of the shows were… Read More...

‘Kipo and the Age of the Wonderbeasts’ shines a light on a colorful post-apocalypse

Dreamworks’ “Kipo and the Age of the Wonderbeasts” is a welcome addition to any  Netflix watchlist. Based on the webcomic by Rad Sechrist, an animation storyboard artist, the plotline follows the adventures of Kipo, a… Read More...

A warm animation for a dreary winter: ‘Weathering with You’

If you’re craving some magic and warmth on a dreary day, then “Weathering with You” is a must-watch for your weekend. Directed by Makoto Shinkai, “Weathering with You” tells the story of two teenagers: a… Read More...

Overlooked sculptures: ‘The Wand of Inquiry’

Brandeis University is loaded with all kinds of public art. We’ve got busts, we’ve got plaques, we’ve got strange nightmare monoliths, and they are all beautiful. That said, some of these installations are more beautiful… Read More...

‘Circles’: Mac Miller’s last album won’t come around again

The late Mac Miller’s final and posthumously produced album “Circles” was released this past month to a mix of surprise, delight and melancholy. According to one of Mac’s family members, “Circles” was meant to be… Read More...
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