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THA professor Krstansky to direct play next fall

It may be the end of the semester, but that doesn’t mean that the theater is quiet. This Monday, in the Crawford Studio in Spingold Theater, Professor Adrianne Krstansky (THA) ...

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ outdoes predecessor

If there was ever a comic book character who faced terrible odds of getting a real, good big-screen adaptation, it was Captain America. As the series of cheesy late-’80s and ...

‘Interrupted’ lacks plot but contains vivid imagery

“Interrupted, a Theater Piece in Pieces,” written, directed and choreographed by Sarah Elizabeth Bedard ’14, explores the lives of writers Susanna Kaysen, Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton and is based ...

Wind Ensemble spring recital charmed audience with familiar tunes

Last Sunday, April 6 the Brandeis Wind Ensemble held their spring recital, “History of the American Musical.” Conducted by Tom Souza, the Wind Ensemble consisted of an impressive variety of ...

Discussion of ‘La Femme en Bleu’ at The Rose

The Rose Art Museum has a significant collection of art, and related lectures are a very efficient way of exploring and expanding the interests of the students in the subject ...

‘Hairspray’ entertains a sold-out crowd in SCC theater

“Hairspray,” presented by the Brandeis Hillel Theater Group and co-sponsored by Hillel at Brandeis University is, to put it simply, a hit. People were lining up an hour before the ...

‘Dare to Dance’ dares to entertain

Adagio Dance Company held its “Dare to Dance” spring show Wednesday and Thursday in Levin Ballroom at 8 p.m. There were 13 different dances performed during the course of the ...

‘Killer & Me’ entertains but lacks depth

This Thursday in the SCC Theater John Schnorrenberg’s ’14 “Killer & Me” opened for the first time. “Killer & Me” is like one of those Netflix movies that you choose ...

A captivating close to an InspirASIANal month

After a month of celebration, APAHM (Asian Pacific American Heritage Month) came to an end last Saturday night with a closing ceremony by BAASA (Brandeis Asian American Students Association). The ...

Hoover joins creative writing department

Michelle Hoover, an acclaimed novelist and instructor, will join Brandeis University’s creative writing faculty in the upcoming fall term. The award-winning novelist and instructor at Emerson College, Boston University, Bucknell ...

New novelist Caleb Crain offers insight to writer’s mind

The Brandeis Creative Writing Department and History of Ideas program sponsored their last novel reading of the semester this past Wednesday. Professor Steven McCauley (ENG) introduced the featured writer—Caleb Crain—a ...

Rugrats producer visits campus, proves his exciting spirit still lives

In a display of both hilarity and nostalgia, Paul Germain, the creator and writer behind celebrated childhood TV shows “Rugrats” and “Recess,” visited Levin Ballroom on Monday evening to share ...

Reaching across the void: the legacy of Nirvana and Kurt Cobain

On April 10, Nirvana will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band’s induction will take place only five days after the 20th anniversary of singer/guitarist ...

‘How I Met Your Mother’ delivers disappointing finale despite past seasons’ success

After nine seasons, “How I Met Your Mother” has finally come to an end, leaving behind a lot of hilarious memories and recurring jokes—most of which were used very well ...

Mr. Brandeis Pageant raises money for cancer

On Thursday in Levin Ballroom, Brandeis Relay for Life and Student Events teamed up to put on the annual Mr. Brandeis Pageant. Contestants were announced on the event’s Facebook page ...