It’s not better in Mentor

As part of ’DEIS Impact, Brandeis Arts, the Psychological Counseling Center and the Film, Television and Integrated Media Program will screen the documentary film “Mentor” on Friday, Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. at the Wasserman Cinematheque, Sachar International Center, IBS. Produced in 2014, the film tells the story of an average American town with a […]

Adagio and Brandeis Pluralism Alliance team up for Dance Marathon

On Sunday, Jan. 25, students gathered for the fifth annual Brandeis Dance Marathon, part of a nation-wide movement which fundraises for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Combining dancing, celebrating and fundraising, the event provides the opportunity for students to help the patients and families of Boston Children’s Hospital. Located just down the street from campus, […]

Dreitzer Gallery hosts ‘Dimensions 2’

This week marked the debut of the Fine Arts Department’s “Dimensions 2,” located in the Dreitzer Gallery of Spingold Theater Center exhibiting student drawing, painting and printmaking pieces. The myriad of student work, ranging from smaller sketch drawings to large, painted canvases, showcases the artistic talent of the Brandeis student body. Students from all backgrounds […]

Brandeis theater kicks off spring 2015 season

As a new semester begins, the Brandeis community prepares for students of all experience levels and all interests to join in on Brandeis’ creative and eclectic performances. This semester, students can expect a large variety of shows and numerous ways to participate in the Brandeis Theater Company. On Jan. 30, the semester will kick off […]

Israeli documentary views conflict through refreshing lens

On Wednesday, Nov. 19, Brandeis students had the opportunity to view and discuss the film “On the Side of the Road” with Israeli director Lia Tarachansky. Produced by Naretiv Productions, Tarachansky’s up-close-and-personal account documents the collective memories and denials of 1948 by working closely with first-hand accounts of Nakba, which was the mass exodus of […]

Baladi reflects on international, multimedia art career

Lara Baladi, a highly acclaimed Egyptian-Lebanese photographer and multimedia artist, recently presented “Organised Chaos,” which beautifully summarized a retrospective autobiography of her career, her most prized works, her inspirations and her message. The Brandeis Art Council hosted Baladi, who gave a talk presented by the Department of Fine Arts, the Department of African and Afro-American […]

Kickoff event for Brandeis Beats engages students

Monday night marked Brandeis Beats’ first drum circle of the semester, bringing laughter and excitement to the lively group. Brandeis Beats is a club devoted to making music and involving the community in a peaceful, relaxing and cooperative activity. First-years and seniors, first-time visitors and long-time members, all kicked off their shoes and took their […]