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The ambitious paintings of the senior midyear exhibition

Brandeis University might not have the most rigorous fine arts program in all of New England, but our student painters possess more than enough skill and creativity to stand out in a gallery. Any skeptics… Read More...

The mysterious case of the delicious Stein pizza

It probably doesn’t need to be said, but Brandeis dining has a quality control problem. Sometimes SubConnection gives you a nicely portioned buffalo chicken sandwich, and sometimes it gives you a puddle of sauce with… Read More...

Doja Cat in art class

Disclaimer: I would like to admit now that there is much to the following album that I am unable to communicate. I’m a pasty suburbanite that spent the better half of his high school days… Read More...

Adagio’s ‘Dare to Dream’ (almost literally) crushed the Levin stage

“We dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” -Albert Einstein Those are the final lines of the poem printed on the back of this semester’s Adagio programs.… Read More...

I love cucumber fruit water!

I must admit that guzzling water is one of my favorite things to do. I stop at every water fountain I pass, and I do not take tentative sips. When I was a kid, I… Read More...

Faculty and staff art exhibition lights up Dreitzer Gallery

The Dreitzer Gallery in Spingold is hosting a very personal display. Until Nov. 17, the gallery is home to this year’s showing of the Faculty and Staff Art Exhibition and that doesn’t just mean a… Read More...

Lots of love and too much information

I lost my notebook over the weekend and sort of freaked out. I kept everything in that notebook: homework deadlines, poetic thoughts, Hoot assignments. As it happens, all of my notes for “Love and Information”… Read More...

‘Mob Psycho’ explodes fascism

Fascism. Fascist. Loaded terms. Most people associate fascism directly with the Nazis, but you don’t need a swastika on your arm to be a fascist. Some people are maybe a little too liberal with the… Read More...

An aggressive LED display lights up the Rose

Vagrants, night walkers and students alike may have noticed a strange eminence from the Rose Art Museum recently. The great panes of glass that make up the front of the building are usually curtained shut… Read More...

American Jews and Israel: authors in dialogue

Though rifts between Israeli and American Jews have possibly never been higher, the tensions are anything but new or simple, according to a dialogue between Director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies Dr. Jonathan… Read More...
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