Profs speak at panel on anti-Semitism in Europe

Experts in the field spoke at a recent panel about rising anti-Semitism in Europe. It took place on Tuesday, Nov. 11 and was sponsored by the Coalition Against Anti-Semitism in Europe, the Center for German and European Studies and the Brandeis-Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry (BGI). The panel featured Rob Leikind, Judith Vichniac and David […]

Brandeis Theater Company’s performance ‘Red’ enamours

What do you think of when you see the color red? Roses? The blood from a nick from a shaving accident? I think of Brandeis Theater Company’s production of “Red” by John Logan, directed by Zach Marlin ’16 as his senior thesis project. I could honestly say this was the most professional and poised production […]

Folktale-inspired exhibit invites viewers to look more closely

The Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) is now home to “Tea of Oblivion,” a new exhibit based on the Chinese folktale of Meng Po. In the tale, Meng Po brews a tea made with various plants and herbs collected from ponds and streams and serves the tea to souls on the path to reincarnation. The […]

Men’s soccer finishes regular season with a win going into NCAAs

The Men’s soccer team took on NYU in their last game of the regular season and senior day on Nov. 7. The Judges defeated NYU, 3-0, in an intense battle. The first goal of the game came in the 35th minute, when Josh Handler ’19 dribbled around an NYU defender and passed the ball into […]

Create safe spaces for survivors of sexual assault

Over Halloween weekend, having no idea what it was about, I went to see “The Love of the Nightingale.” I had just heard that it was well performed and a friend of a friend was in it, so I went. What I wasn’t expecting was a play that touched upon so many controversial topics, from […]

Szafran reflects on season as women’s soccer heads into NCAAs

Holly Szafran ’16 has been a member of the Varsity Women’s Soccer team since her first year at Brandeis. Now she is one of the senior captains of the team and is looking to make a dent in her final post-season playoff starting on Saturday, Nov. 14 at Amherst College. Szafran is originally from Newton, […]

Rachel Adams explores diversity in contemporary art

The relationship between art and space is an important contemporary theme that many artists have been working with. Associate Curator Rachel Adams in particular has been exploring this sphere, and Brandeis was lucky enough to host her for a presentation about the newest installations that she helped bring to the University at Buffalo (UB). Adams […]