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A look at Brandeis Fine Arts professor Joe Wardwell’s piece in the MASS MoCA

“How much can a piece hold before it bursts apart?” Joe Wardwell asks, standing in front of his massive work of art. Wardwell’s piece, “Hello America: 40 Hits from the 50 St… Read More...

UTC’s ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ makes for a lighthearted fairy tale with great execution

The Undergraduate Theater Collective’s (UTC) new production of “Once Upon a Mattress” is a fun, heartwarming tale of love lifted into sentimentality by boisterous music… Read More...

BASO’s seventh annual Night for Africa, vibrant and powerful

Brandeis African Students Organization (BASO) held its stunning, seventh annual Night for Africa in Levin Ballroom on Saturday, Nov. 11. In celebration of the various cultures … Read More...

Brandeis musical duo Late Night Thoughts entertains crowd in Chum’s

Students crowded into Chum’s Coffeehouse to hear live music performances from Berklee School Of Music’s Soul Candy and Brandeis University’s own Late Night Thoughts, on … Read More...

“Lady Bird,” a movie so good it’ll make you call your parents

Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” is probably not the first coming of age movie you’ve seen, but it might be the best. Clocking in at just over 90 minutes, this film is an honest, fu… Read More...

Syrian artists blend music and painting in live performance, ‘Home Within’

Ghostly figures appear on the projector screen, their arms stretched up to the sky. A spotlight fades in on the center, highlighting the lone clarinetist who begins to play a slow, … Read More...

Brandeis welcomes new director to the Rose

This past summer, Brandeis welcomed Luis A. Croquer to campus as the new Henry and Lois Foster Director of the Rose Art Museum. Croquer, originally from El Salvador, brings both in… Read More...

Chamber Singers perform songs with great energy and deeper meanings

Brandeis Chamber Singers blew the audience away in the Slosberg Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 5. Under the conduction of Robert Duff, the powerful vocal delivery of each of the 25 mem… Read More...

Astronomy Club hosts an out of this world event with live music

Astronomy Club held its first event of the school year this past Saturday, Nov. 4, on Chapel’s Field. “Stargazing and Live Music with Astronomy Club,” as it was named on the c… Read More...

Stranger Things Season Two: it’s still (probably) exactly what you want (Spoiler Free)

People want more of what they like. That’s the clear trend in pop culture today: Audiences want more of what they already know fits their taste. We see it in movies, where every suc… Read More...

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