Welcome back, fellow Brandeisians. As we are getting back into the swing of things, one major event that resonates with me from this summer is Robin Williams’ death. Williams was one of Hollywood’s most admired actors, with a career spanning decades and genres.
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Alum performs in Speak About It
The first lighting of the new installation for the Rose Art Museum, Chris Burden’s “Light of Reason” would be sooner than expected, Andrew Flagel, senior vice president for students and enrollment told a room full of community advisors and orientation leaders on Sunday, Aug.
As the new year of classes starts up, Brandeis students are already planning ways to wind down, starting with a stellar lineup for the annual Fall Concert Series.
Sam Hunter, the founder and inaugural director of the Rose Art Museum, passed away on July 27 in Princeton, N.J.
Look out for the Undergraduate Theater Collective's busy fall 2014 lineup.
There are popular tropes in popular music; girl gets boy, boy gets girl, boy lusts after girl, everyone parties and has a good time.
It’s fall TV time, which means brand-new seasons of returning favorites as well as premieres of hot new series.
First, there was the internationally best-selling Harry Potter series, a slew of books-turned-films that spurred eight movies and created a new trio of movie stars.
“Where else can you go from ‘F You’ to ‘Let it Go’ in one song?” one of the Howl at the Moon performers shouted to the audience while diving into the celebrated song from the recent Disney hit, Frozen.
To wrap up the summer and usher in the fall, the City of Boston, in collaboration with the State Street Corporation, produced the eleventh annual Boston Arts Festival?more simply known as “ähts.” The festival took over at the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, near Boston’s North End, on Saturday, Aug.
The Rose Art Museum will open its doors for its highly anticipated opening on Wednesday, Sept. 10.
Writer and Director of Lost Girls
Unfortunately, this week fell on the negative side of pop culture news. The biggest scandal was, of course, the massive leak on Sunday, Aug.
If you haven’t discovered Canadian indie rockers The New Pornographers, their new album Brill Bruisers is a great place to start.
This week, justArts spoke with Steve Pagios, the associate director of Student Activities.
For the fall semester, the Brandeis Theater Company will present two plays: Dead Man’s Cell Phone and The Conference of the Birds. While Dead Man’s Cell Phone was originally written as a play, The Conference of the Birds was originally a long-form Persian poem, written by poet Farid ud-Din.
This week, the Rose Art Museum announced in a press release that it has acquired two first-time grants of $100,000 each from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and The Andrew W.
Currently on view at the Women’s Studies Research Center’s Kniznick Gallery, Juanita McNeely: Indomitable Spirit, represents “a woman’s life from a woman’s point of view,” as the artist says in her audio introduction to the exhibition.
If you stopped by the Shapiro Campus Center at any point over the weekend, you would have seen 135 Brandeis students singing, hand-jiving and sleeping on any available surface.