Photobook reflects on collective power of Women’s March

“We Who March,” a book of photos from the 2017 Women’s March shot by 30 photographers—28 of which were women—is a “book for the community, by the community and of the community,” according to the book’s creator Ellen Feldman. The self-published book, which features photos shot primarily at marches in Washington, D.C., New York City, […]

Asian Food at Brandeis Sucks

I never expected great food when I decided to come to Brandeis. In fact, I was quite aware of the average quality of the campus food in America, being badly burned before in high school. But I still thought to myself: “Hey, that tuition must have gone somewhere. It can’t be that bad, right?” So, […]

Arcadia Ablaze

When I walked into the SCC Theater last Saturday night, I was immediately met with the scent of open flames. As I was familiar with Arcadia’s grim ending, I thought, “Wow! What a brilliant composition decision!” Alas, it turned out that this scent was merely due to a technical glitch, which was quickly resolved by […]

Thank U, Latex: a unique Brandeis tradition

UPDATED: 2/9 4:45 p.m. Another year, another Liquid Latex. Nineteen years in and the Brandeis tradition of stripping down to our bottoms and plastering ourselves in latex paint is going stronger than ever. Nothing says campus diversity quite like a hundred different body types flailing around to club music against the roar of a sold-out […]

‘Love, Death and Robots’ is Netflix garbage

I haven’t watched TV for almost a year. That’s only a slight exaggeration—I haven’t really gotten into any TV shows since “The Americans” went off the air. I used to love television, but I feel like the prestige shows lost what made them compelling and exceptional. Unfortunately, I picked the worst show to come back […]

TSA’s ‘Love, Formosa:’ a night of romance and talent

From performances of romantic songs to audience participatory activities that mimicked “The Newlywed Game,” the annual culture show hosted by the Brandeis Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) on Saturday night was a comprehensive celebration of love. While paying homage to Taiwanese traditions of love, the event also focused on Taiwanese dating culture in today’s day and […]

“Nature’s Nation” exhibit examines American art

Most art museums don’t really try to explore the origins of their pieces. They leave them up on the wall with just a few scraps of information—leaving it up to us to piece together their historical context. If we’re lucky, we’ll get a sentence or two describing the artist’s life; if we’re unlucky, there will […]