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We rarely get to know our new Brandeisians until the first few months of the new semester have flown by. I interviewed some of our newest students about their relationship with art. Meet Zach Gordon...
Last weekend, the Student Committee for the Rose Art Museum (SCRAM) held their yearly SCRAM Jam celebration. Alexandra Hall ’15 planned the event and had help from the committee and Rose Art Museum staff. This...
After months of anticipation for Elle Woods and her colorful (mostly pink) life, the Undergraduate Theater Collective’s production of “Legally Blonde” premiered this Thursday, March 26. Attended by a 250-person strong audience, the show was...
Jason McStoots, a Brandeis music lecturer, is a tenor vocalist and was part of an ensemble with the Boston Early Music Festival. This year, the ensemble won the Grammy for Best Opera Performance for their...
Unlike most of the Rose Art Museum’s exhibitions, the newest addition will not be shown in the museum building itself. Instead, it will be presented in the Farber Library Mezzanine. Titled “Disrupted Spaces: Photographs from...
This week, I was fortunate enough to interview Judith Eissenberg (MUS) about her MusicUnitesUS program as well as this Saturday, March 7’s event, which will feature Fargana Qasimova, a resident in MusicUnitesUS. The Brandeis Hoot:...
Stephen McCauley, the associate director of Creative Writing and professor of the English Department, is no stranger to having his books adapted for the silver screen. His novel, “The Easy Way Out,” was recently adapted...
This March, Hillel Theater Group will be presenting “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” which is based off of the film starring Reese Witherspoon. As with any musical, there will be exciting dance numbers. Lisa Petrie ’17,...
At the event titled “Can I Get Published?” the Creative Writing department invited two literary agents, Ann Collette and Esmond Harmsworth, to speak about the publishing industry. Around 20 enthusiastic students came to the event,...
Last Sunday, Nov. 16, the Brandeis Wind Ensemble, lead by Tom Souza, held its biannual end of the semester concert, titled “Celebrations.” Consisting of a wide variety of wind instruments and a handful of hired...

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