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Ellie Goulding’s ‘Delirium’ lacks originality

Ellie Goulding’s career has been a slow process of echelon by echelon. In fact, her first record “Lights,” which was first released in the U.K. back in 2010, took roughly two years to reach the… Read More...

“Crimson Peak” more like crimson bleak

Guillermo del Toro is the director of the new horror film “Crimson Peak,” which does not seem to inspire a single scream or interest. The film becomes the opposite of what del Toro had in… Read More...

Lack of tolerance toward undocumented immigrants shocking

When you think of America, what is the first thing that comes to mind? If I ask the old me—the 11-year-old me, to be specific—I would probably have responded with baseball and hot dogs. However,… Read More...

“The Intern” fails to meet expectations

The two leading stars of the film “The Intern,” Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway, have both benefited greatly from the genre of comedy at some point throughout their careers. De Niro entered the world… Read More...

Cello and piano duo resurrect classical masterpieces

In the Slosberg Music Center this past Saturday, Oct. 3 the music was electrifying and resurrected long-gone composers such as Ludwig van Beethoven and César Franck. It also invoked Louis Gordon’s work, the only of… Read More...

‘Everest’ barely peaks critics’ interest

The author of “Into the Wild,” Jon Krakauer, is the same mind behind “Into Thin Air,” which is about eight climbers who attempted the quixotic attempt to reach the peak of the Mount Everest. Both… Read More...

Prof. Troyanovsky ’98 takes distinct approach to renowned play

Dmitry Troyanovsky ’98, an assistant professor in the Department of Theater Arts, spent his summer far from Brandeis, all the way in China. He directed playwright Sarah Kane’s most recent and final work, “4.48 Psychosis,”… Read More...

New club Behind the Scenes welcomes techies

Every year, a few new clubs are created, adding on to the already extensive list of approximately 250 official clubs on campus. It is always interesting to see what isn’t offered at Brandeis, and this… Read More...

Improv showcase entertains and recruits new members

On Sept. 1, students from different corners of campus were all sprinting toward one location: Ridgewood Commons. It was, once again, that time of the year when Brandeis University’s four improvisational comedy groups perform for… Read More...
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