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BAMCO presents off campus bands DAP The Contract and Diaspøra in lively Chum’s concert

I haven’t really been a fan of the big live music concerts that we’ve had here on campus. In my last two and a half years here, we have yet to have an act deserving of the tens of thous… Read More...

Students rent artworks from the Rose’s Student Loan Collection

If you’ve ever struggled to decorate your dorm room, fret no more: The Rose Art Museum’s Student Loan Program can help.

Since 1956, the Rose has been loaning pieces from its col… Read More...

‘The Florida Project,’ beautifully made with an enchanting story

Sean Baker’s films find stories in the unconventional, in the lives of people living on the fringes. His first film, “Tangerine,” shot entirely on iPhone, followed a day in … Read More...

JFAB puts on poetry night centered around Judaism and feminism

The Jewish Feminist Association of Brandeis (JFAB) held its poetry night at Chum’s on Wednesday, Nov. 1. JFAB partnered with Poetic Justice, the Brandeis Slam Poetry Team,
whi… Read More...

Colin Jost charms parents and students alike with a solid set

I’ll admit, I’m not the biggest Colin Jost fan. Since gaining a spot on Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update” in 2014, Jost has struggled to exude the charisma so many c… Read More...

Audience falls for X Ambassadors and Great Good Fine Ok

A crowd of students and community members filled the Shapiro Gym on the evening of Friday, Oct. 21, eager to see what the night would bring to them. The headlining act, alternative r… Read More...

Undergraduate Theater Collective breathes life into its performance of ‘Blithe Spirit’

Navigating the relationship between ex- and current lovers can be tricky. Jealousy, insecurity and doubt create tense dynamics, and nobody wants to be caught in the middle. Turn … Read More...

Hold Thy Peace reinvents Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’

With its captivating production of “Hamlet,” Brandeis’ Shakespeare troupe Hold Thy Peace has reinvented a classic show to create a meaningful and eerie performance.

The … Read More...

Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter:’ less than the sum of its parts

Netflix has a lot of original shows, so many that it’s getting hard to keep track. Sure, everybody has heard of the hits “Stranger Things,” “Master of None” and their gri… Read More...

TBA welcomes three alumni members back to center stage

Brandeis improv and sketch comedy group To Be Announced (TBA) hosted a lively alumni show in Chum’s on Saturday, Oct. 21. Monica Chen ’19, Abby LeRoy ’20, Evan Moloney ’20… Read More...

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