A preview of Springfest: fun for all

On Chapels Field from the mid-afternoon through the late evening this Sunday, April 26, hundreds of students will be dancing and singing along with Springfest performers Stolen Jars, DJ A Smooth, St. Lucia, ILoveMakonnen and headliner Jessie J. Cody Fitzgerald created Stolen Jars as a solo venture, but it grew to be bigger when he […]

Student curators speak about Rose collection

On Thursday, Brandeis students and other guests gathered in the Farber Library Mezzanine to celebrate “Disrupted Spaces: Photographs from the Carey Schwartz ’87 Collection of the Rose Art Museum,” which is the first curation exhibition of the Carey Schwartz ’87 Collection of the Rose Art Museum. Curators Sofía Retta ’15 and Sarah McCarty ’15 discussed […]

Imagine Dragons’ ‘Smoke + Mirrors’ amazes

“First comes the blessing of all that you dreamed/ But then comes the curses of diamonds and rings./ Only at first did it have its appeal/ But now you can’t tell the false from the real/ Who can you trust?” So goes the memorable intro to the hit song “Gold” by Imagine Dragons, who released […]

Close Looking Series presents on French Revolution pamphlets

Professors Sue Lanser (ENG/WMGS/CL) and Martine Voiret (FREN) presented “French Revolution Pamphlets,” part of the Close Looking Series at Rapaporte Treasure Hall. Close Looking is a series of events that gives a platform for two faculty members to present on some of the university’s greatest gems, from the library’s Special Collections to The Rose Art […]

‘Dare to Dance’ dares to entertain

Adagio Dance Company held its “Dare to Dance” spring show Wednesday and Thursday in Levin Ballroom at 8 p.m. There were 13 different dances performed during the course of the show. There was also a slide show about halfway through the evening to honor the seniors and showcase how much fun is had at Adagio. […]

A funny and relaxed night at ‘Mondays with Morrie’

This past Monday night, Chum’s hosted “Mondays with Morrie,” a semi-regular campus comedy show. The night featured performances that ranged from stand-up routines to improv games, all performed and run by students in the comedy community. The topics ran the gamut from religion to hangovers. For those who don’t know, Chum’s is a cozy coffeehouse […]

Bob Moody exhibit is a relaxing retreat

Some quiet moments of contemplation can be found by observing Professor Bob Moody’s (THA) exhibit called “Work, Now, and Then” in the Dreitzer Gallery at the Spingold Theater. The exhibit featured many different works of Moody’s to ponder and reflect upon. One is sure to find an art piece that sticks out. Moody has widespread […]