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‘One Last Stop’ is a magical dreamscape of first love

With “One Last Stop,” Casey McQuiston officially earns the title of my favorite author. I’m a well known “Red, White & Royal Blue” fanatic, so I was equally excited and anxious about McQuiston’s new novel.… Read More...

Springfest 2021 was like a virtual mosh pit, minus the sweat

Charli XCX always puts on a stellar show, even from the comfort of her living room. As the headliner for this year’s Springfest, Charli utilized all the elements available to her, from lighting to camera… Read More...

The proof is in the pastries

What started as a joke has become a Brandeis smash hit! Lydia Begag ’22 started That Bitch Baking, found at @thatbitchbaking on Instagram, as a joke back in September 2020, but she has made a… Read More...

Brandeis’s first, but hopefully not last, Craft Market

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has taken away so much, art has persevered. The many various people—both buyers and sellers—at the Craft Market prove just that. The Craft Market was one of the many events that… Read More...

Pay attention to Olivia Rodrigo

You might not know the name Olivia Rodrigo, but you will soon. This 18-year-old is an up-and-comer with tons of potential. Her first two singles “driver’s license” and “deja vu” have gone straight to the… Read More...

Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless’ Return

You’re dancing in your room to the newly released Taylor Swift track, “You Belong With Me.” Plot twist: it’s 2021. This past week, Taylor released a brand new version of “Fearless,” this time called “Fearless… Read More...

I did not lose my cool over ‘Zero Chill’

“Zero Chill” on Netflix is cheesy, poorly made and wildly over dramatic—so obviously I watched it all in one day. The show follows a pair of twins, a figure skater and a hockey player, who… Read More...

The success of Brandeis’ first Passover

Crazy to think that even over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still new firsts to be had. But here we are, celebrating Passover on the Brandeis campus for (what I believe is)… Read More...

Panelists reflect on the history of Asian American violence in light of the Atlanta spa shootings

There is a long history of discrimination and violence against Asian women in the United States, according to the five panelists of “Reckoning with the Atlanta Spa Shootings.” The panelists discussed the stereotypes and background… Read More...

Camille Eskell’s beautiful Jewish art

Camille Eskell has always been surrounded by Fez caps. She spoke on this topic, as well as many others related to her art, in a virtual talk on Thursday, April 1. At the event, she… Read More...