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Culture X showcases diverse student talent

The Brandeis community celebrated diversity and the end of the semester with the stunning performances at Culture X, an annual show co-sponsored by the Intercultural Center and … Read More...

‘Legion’ is just as crazy and just as compelling in it’s second season

Interpretive dance battling against the forces of evil. Waffles delivered to a hungry protagonist on tiny boats. Time travel. Random narration by Emmy award winner Jon Hamm. Ser… Read More...

Senior Theses examine representational issues in art

The performances of the shows created by Brandeis’ graduating theater majors came to a close with the end of the Festival of the Arts, but their limited run managed to raise deep q… Read More...

Too Cheap For Instruments Exhibits Another Successful Folk Fest

On Saturday, Brandeis a cappella group, Too Cheap For Instruments, hosted their annual Folk Fest on the Great Lawn. The performance, part of Leonard Bernstein’s Festival of th… Read More...

Blacklist Coffeehouse and Open Mic

The undergraduate literature and arts journal Blacklist celebrated the release of their second volume this year with an open microphone event at Chum’s on April 24.

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Saba bares his soul in the emotional ‘Care for Me’ album

Saba dives deep into his demons, and he isn’t scared. Full of pain, loneliness, depression but, ultimately, authenticity, the album, “Care For Me” has the level of honesty … Read More...

Dancers in Adagio semester show dance like they meme it

The Adagio Dance Company hosted their semester show Wednesday, a performance that exemplified the energy dance can bring into the room.

With a theme based on memes, the show demon… Read More...

‘And Then There Were None’ provides engaging take on period piece

The UTC’s “And Then There Were None” has shown, despite its limited run, the talent of its creative team to create engaging and socially conscious theater despite communit… Read More...

Cardi B proves she’s here to stay on her powerful debut record, ‘Invasion of Privacy’

“Bodak Yellow” was a bolt of lightning. Though the beat wasn’t particularly special, the voice rapping over it certainly was. Savage and energetic, it felt like Cardi B’… Read More...

Brandeis VSA’s sophomore show satisfies and stuns

Sophomore club Brandeis Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) hosted their second annual culture show, “Brandeis By Night,” on Friday, April 13 with comedic, culinary and … Read More...

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