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‘Beauty and the Beast’ is a comedic hit despite dramatic stumbles

“Beauty and the Beast,” the newest show from Brandeis’ Undergraduate Theater Collective (UTC) hits all the high notes of the upbeat musical it seeks to be. The show is the UT… Read More...

Frankie Cosmos performs a tender and invigorating set at Chum’s

Frankie Cosmos has an air of effortless cool. Underneath Chum’s flashing lights, Greta Kline, the lead singer better known by her stage name, Frankie Cosmos, sported a pair of f… Read More...

Students and special guest stars shine for APAHM

The Brandeis Asian-American Students Association (BAASA) hosted a super star lineup Saturday in an early celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM). Featur… Read More...

Poor pacing and bad dialogue knock ‘Jessica Jones’ into a sophomore slump

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Once the jewel of the comic book-TV show realm, the quality of the Marvel Netflix shows has dropped like a brick. Envisioned as a grittier and more mat… Read More...

“Love, Simon:” like a straight romantic comedy, but better

“I’m just like you.” That’s what Simon Spier, played by Nick Robinson, emphasizes in the opening lines of the March 2018 film, “Love Simon.” Simon personal… Read More...

Hip hop artist Celo speaks out about the significance of music

Brandeis allows students to explore their passions, take control of what they like to do and make it their own. One student, Marcelo Brociner ’18, or Celo, has been pursuing his l… Read More...

The Young Fathers create a unique and noteworthy sound with ‘Cocoa Sugar’

Describing Young Fathers’ genre is almost as impossible as discerning a clear, absolute message in their lyrics. They are a band defined by contradictions and a web of conflict… Read More...

Dark and stylish, ‘Thoroughbreds’ is an ambitious and successful thriller

I love it when a good movie comes out of nowhere. Remember a few years ago when “John Wick” looked like it was going to be a generic Keanu Reeves flop and ended up being the best acti… Read More...

It may be free, but that doesn’t make the “Cloverfield Paradox” worth your time

After half a decade dominating the television sphere, the streaming giant is clearly looking to make the jump onto the big screen—ironic, considering watching something on Ne… Read More...

WBRS delivers an overall funny, though somewhat flat, comedy night

The Rosie common room used for Monday night’s WBRS comedy show was certainly an odd venue. Traversed throughout the night by students heading to their dorms, it made for an unort… Read More...

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