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Mark Dion, “The Undisciplined Collector ” 2015. Rose Art Museum Special Fund. Photo by Charles Mayer.
Students explored the hundreds of campus organizations and clubs at the Involvement Fair on Sunday.
The Department of Orientation welcomed new students to Brandeis at its annual event This Is Our House last Monday. Dean of Students Jamele Adams hosted the event, getting new students excited about the coming school year and everything the Brandeis community has to offer.
THE REAL LIFE STORY: All seven stories in This Place/Displace are based on real stories of residents of the Greater Boston area.
Howardena Pindell, “Untitled,” 1967. 66 x 71 inches, Framed: 62 3/4 x 60 1/8 inches, Acrylic on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery,New York
Howardena Pindell, “Autobiography: Earth (Eyes, Injuries),” 1987. 83 1/4 x 76 1/4 inches. Mixed media on canvas. Collection of George and Carmen N’Namdi
DREAM FACTORY: Brandeis Television is the place to go if you want to make creative content. They also have a cool office!
UNITING AGAINST SEXUAL VIOLENCE: The Brandeis community came together to show their support for survivors of sexual violence, as well as raise awareness about the issue. They marched together from the Rabb Steps to the Light of Reason.
Tré Warner performs the song which got him the Springfest gig, entitled Springfest Freestyle. Tré Warner, who goes by the rapper name Trizzy Tré, was selected as a student performer for this year’s Springfest concert.
Ari Lennox feels her song as she performs to a roaring crowd during Springfest. She gave a heartfelt performance and interacted with the crowd.