‘American Beauty/American Psycho’: another success for Fall Out Boy

“You will remember me./ Remember me for centuries.” The catchy hook in the chorus of Fall Out Boy’s hit single “Centuries” pertains to the band and the ever-increasing success of their new album “American Beauty/American Psycho.” Fall Out Boy has done nothing but succeed in the past two years following their five-year hiatus. Their latest […]

Boyhood: a touching and incredible tale

It was just another pleasantly warm summer day in New York City as I walked back from the subway to my apartment. On the subway, it occurred to me that I had an unexpected free night in New York. With no desire to go see a show on Broadway or an exhibit at the Metropolitan […]

It’s not better in Mentor

As part of ’DEIS Impact, Brandeis Arts, the Psychological Counseling Center and the Film, Television and Integrated Media Program will screen the documentary film “Mentor” on Friday, Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. at the Wasserman Cinematheque, Sachar International Center, IBS. Produced in 2014, the film tells the story of an average American town with a […]

The Charlatans commemorate founding member with new album

To make peace with the death of founding member Jon Brookes, English indie band The Charlatans released their new album, “Modern Nature,” in late January. Their songs are classified as hauntingly intense songs that contain the same overtones and tones as The Beatles. Their new album includes songs such as “Talk in Tones,” “So Oh,” […]

BIEI celebrates diverse experiences

On the evening of Jan. 30, students gathered in Chum’s Coffee House to attend the third annual “Dream Monologues—Moments of Transition,” a ’DEIS Impact event hosted by Brandeis Immigration Education Initiative. In past years, Brandeis Immigration Education Initiative (BIEI) was a group of students who worked with the administration to assure all undocumented Brandeis students […]

ED Talks inspire education with social justice

Brandeis Professor Derron Wallace (AAAS/ED), Professor Emerita Jane Hale (AAAS/COML/ECS/ROMS) and Sujan Talukdar ’96 gave a series of miniature “TED talk-style presentations” on the role of social justice in the classroom Thursday, Feb. 5, as part of the ED Talks series. The event was organized as part of Brandeis’ ’DEIS Impact festival of social justice […]

Debate society argues pros and cons of Teach For America as part of ’DEIS Impact

The Brandeis Academic Speech and Debate Society (BADASS) sponsored a ’DEIS Impact event on Saturday, Jan. 31, titled “AmeriCorps, Teach for America, City Year: Are They Actually Teaching America’s Students?” The event featured a debate with BADASS members Jordan Roth ’15, Sarah Margulies ’15, Brad Burns ’15 and Julia Karr ’17. Their discussion focused on […]