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A cappella groups warmly invite freshmen to audition

If “Pitch Perfect” was any sort of indicator, one exciting aspect of the so-called college experience is the a cappella groups. Brandeis University is home to many of these thriving performance-based clubs with names ranging… Read More...

Brandeis in Siena impassions students’ love affair with the Renaissance

As the summer of 2016 quickly comes to a close—a summer which, by the way, was full of glorious nights and mildly hot weather—some students’ study abroad experience also comes to a sudden halt. One… Read More...

Brandeis Ballet Company mesmerizes with modern technique

The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts wouldn’t have been complete without the arguably most engaging art form—dance. There is something instantly mesmerizing about human bodies in motion; every turn, kick and arm motion… Read More...

Knighthorse Theatre Company skillfully performs Shakespeare’s works

Brandeis’ annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts rightfully had the slogan “Shout the Big Dreams,” a theme which incorporated the artistic inclinations of more than 300 critically acclaimed Brandeis students and alumni. Produced… Read More...

The mysterious graffiti box explained

You may have passed by the SCC last week and wondered why there was a giant wooden box. With no identifying information, it may have been puzzling to understand what the purpose of the box… Read More...

Adagio dancers make a touchdown with latest spring performance

There is nothing as fantastical as watching humans in motion. Dance in and of itself is such a beautiful form of self-expression—able to convey such emotion, feeling and finesse—that when performed in unison, displays the… Read More...

Wolfe’s new art exhibit conveys various aspects of Iranian culture

No matter where you turn here at Brandeis, it seems like art pervades every nook and cranny, even to the furthest reaches of campus. The Rose Art Museum is not the only place you can… Read More...

Batman vs. Superman defies the monotony of the genre

In a long series of superhero movies that have come out in the last few years, it would seem that there is no originality left in the genre. Pinning superhero against supervillain in a rather… Read More...

Criticism of latest meatless Monday unwarranted

One of the easiest things to complain about at Brandeis University is, without even a moment’s hesitation, the food. Sodexo has undoubtedly been the recipient of some of the heaviest criticisms at this school—oftentimes painted… Read More...

Giving the incarcerated voice through artistic expression

One of America’s ugliest truths and an issue that continues to be swept under the rug is its sheer number of incarcerated people—the largest population behind bars in the entire world. This is one instance… Read More...
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