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Circle UP! teaches about education inequality

As part of ’DEIS Impact, the Creativity, the Arts, and Social Transformation Program (CAST) brought youth Boston theater group “Youth Underground” to Brandeis on Monday… Read More...

Mathias Boyar ’20 succeeds with debut EP ‘Hangup’

Mathias Boyar ’20, who raps under the mononym Mathias, just released his debut EP, “Hangup,” last Friday, Feb 2 . When I approached him in the Slosberg lobby, he initially di… Read More...

EBS ‘Beats Per Minute,’ a magnificent blossom of an HIV positive man

“Beats Per Minute” (BPM) depicts a story of a group of young HIV positive patients working in ACT UP, an international advocacy group striving to support the lives of people wi… Read More...

‘The Good Place’ goes from good to great in a phenomenal second season

In the second season of any show, there’s always the fear of the sophomore slump. Even the most robust and energetic series can lose momentum in its second season, after the showr… Read More...

VoiceMale competes at ICCAs

This past Saturday, over 10 a cappella groups from Massachusetts schools competed for a cappella glory at the quarterfinals of the International Collegiate Championship of A ca… Read More...

Jews of color discuss identity at Chum’s

Brandeis Hillel presented their second coffeehouse in a series of race talks on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Chum’s with coordinators Anna Stern ’18, Aviva Davis ’21, Shari Boiskin … Read More...

‘Quickies’ bring out the best in student theater

This year’s “Quickies” were a wonderful reminder of theater’s potential power to create entertainment.

The “Quickies” are a series of short theatrical productio… Read More...

Boston entertainment to distract and divert

As we settle into the routine of second semester, you may be looking for something to break up the grind. Here’s some recommendations of where to go in Boston:

Phantom of the Disco… Read More...

Sorkin’s directorial debut disappoints with “Molly’s Game”

Aaron Sorkin is a good writer. Maybe even a great writer—his work is certainly recognizable. Any Sorkin script—from “A Few Good Men” to “The West Wing” to “Steve Jo… Read More...

TBA Improv: A Warm Light in the Cold New England Winter

You might not expect a dorm common area to be an effective stage for improv comedy, with plush armchairs scattered around in the limited open space. But once a stage space was cleare… Read More...

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