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Anya Lance-Chacko

The university hosted an event featuring White House National Climate Advisor, Gina McCarthy, in a webinar moderated by Journalism Program Director, Neil Swidey (JOUR). McCarthy currently serves under the Biden administration as the nation’s Climate...
On Feb. 26, Brandeis hosted New England’s Intercollegiate Fencing Conference and placed significantly in both the individual and team aspects. The Brandeis women placed forth, and men sixth making the Judges fourth overall.  Maggie Shealy...
“Euphoria” is no doubt one of the most beautiful shows to hit modern screens with its cinematic visually captivating scenes and its incredibly complex characters with deep storylines, but I have concerns about the nuances...
Doris Tsao from the University of California Berkeley took part in a lecture series honoring the legacy of Dr. John Lisman at the university on Nov. 15. Tsao spoke on her career and research in...
I’ve been wanting to find a film or show that goes beyond the hard stories until people actually are able to recover and undo the trauma in their familial history instead of continuing it, and...
Daniel Parker ’22 is a senior at Brandeis who shared his frustrations over the constant lack of accountability Brandeis has had in regards to addressing student concerns about accessibility. He described how the administration opened...
When “Sex Education” first made its way onto the Netflix screen, it established itself as a unique show that wasn’t purely in pursuit of making a name in terms of entertainment, but a show that...
Perhaps as a result of the pandemic or maybe as a result of a larger issue of the place film has in the modern age, the Oscars was not a hit this year with the...
Luca Guadagnino and HBO’s “We Are Who We Are” is a unique show that carries through with a lot of the cinematic elements the company and director are known for. Combining the mind behind “Call...
The first season of “Euphoria” was released roughly a year ago, and it remains more relevant to Generation Z (or Gen Z for short) than ever. It manages to paint a picture of teen struggle...

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