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Prof. Rakowski joins the American Academy of Arts and Letters

“If I knew exactly where creativity came from, I’d bottle it and sell it for lots and lots of money.” Or so David Rakowski (MUS), a Brandeis University professor who was recently elected to join… Read More...

Beyonce’s new song slays in every possible way

Although a month has passed since Beyonce released her latest single, “Formation,” the ripple effect still appears to be at work. Her music video, which is unlisted on Youtube, has garnered over 32 million views,… Read More...

Brandeis archives shows off electronic music collection from 1960s

It is surely an understatement to say that music has changed a lot in the last 50 years, especially since the advent of electronic music in the 1960s, but inevitably the statement still rings true.… Read More...

Hoover’s ‘Bottomland’ intrigues with a historical mystery

Movie trailers have been extremely effective in their ability to properly reel the audience in, but could the same concept work for books? Although it remains a newer medium, book trailers are catching on, and… Read More...

Dufresne recounts the absurdity of art at artist talk

“If you looked at my paintings, you’d think I was the biggest perv on the planet,” Brooklyn-based artist Angela Dufresne exclaimed in the middle of her artist talk on Wednesday, Feb. 24 in Goldman-Schwartz Arts… Read More...

IBS’ Global Gala celebrates the diversity of cultures

The room was outlined in a parade of color, as countless flags, in all of their brazen harmony, clung to the walls. If the flags themselves didn’t introduce enough flair to the third annual Global… Read More...

Univ. and students must do more to make campus more sustainable

From the first moment I stepped on Brandeis’ campus, I had the feeling that it was the place I wanted to study; the part that sold me the most, however, was the heart shaped pond… Read More...

Upcoming Rose Art Exhibitions praise the diversity of art

With the undeniable blessing of a new year, a new semester and the continuation of the college experience, comes a flourish of new and wonderful art to explore. Starting Feb. 12, the Rose Art Museum… Read More...

Castellani’s latest novel looks at the impact of p.o.v. on narrative

Unlike other disciplines, which rely on the understanding of particular concepts and their subsequent application, it has proven much harder to break down writing in the same way. Although professional writing may sound distinctly more… Read More...

‘The Hateful Eight’ a far cry from Tarantino’s other masterpieces

Although it pains me to say it, Tarantino may have lost his movie-making magic—or so it seems based off his latest creation, titled “The Hateful Eight,” which also just happens to be his eighth movie.… Read More...
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