In the Senate, March 14

Various Student Union members, including chair of the Health and Service Committee, Class of 2023 Senator Skye Liu ’23, and the Facilities, Housing and Transportation Committee co-chairs, Massell Quad Senator Ben Topol ’24 and Community Senator Griffin Stotland ’23, are working with the developers of the Branda app to improve app’s tracking of the BranVan, […]

The ‘South Park’ vaccination special asks what happens after the COVID-19 pandemic

The long-running cartoon series “South Park” has slowed down production. During the pandemic, only two new episodes were produced rather than the usual 10-episode season. The series is famous for pushing the boundaries of comedy and for good taste with its crass humor.  In recent years, however, the “South Park” series has started to take […]

‘Art finds a way:’ Festival of the Arts returns with hybrid programming

After a year mastering the art of hybrid events, the Office of the Arts is bringing the annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts back with both virtual and in-person programming. The Festival is making the most of the creative options available and will feature work from all members of the community. The Festival […]

Audrey Hepburn is timeless

As one of the most well-known actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Audrey Hepburn’s name is well-known across the globe. With her charming smile and her elegant style, the young actress made herself stand out from the other actresses of the Hollywood crowd: not the perky girl next door, but a princess come to life. She […]

Univ. releases tentative fall 2021 semester plans

The university plans to offer an in-person learning module for the upcoming fall 2021, according to an email sent to the Brandeis community on March 16. The in-person learning plan has been drafted due to the “successful in-person operations in fall 2020 and spring 2021,” according to the email.  The decision to offer in-person learning […]