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A film screening of the long lost documentary, "Shirkers" tells an intricate story through gorgeous cinematography, lighting, and 80's photographs.
RISKY BUSINESS: Catherine L. Mann lamented that many firms play it safe instead of investing in riskier but pioneering technologies.
TOXIC MOVES: The dancers’ energy invigorated the weather-weary audience.
FIERCE FIRST-YEARS: Vaskrik, a Korean hip-hop dance group at Brandeis, features six first-year students.
COMBINING CULTURES: The wide array of dance performance styles emphasized the diverse cultural backgrounds of Brandeisians.
JUST DANCE: Most of the performances were dances, each one distinct from the last in cultural background and rhythmic style.
TEAMWORK IS DREAMWORK: Brandeis softball players celebrate a win against Emory University on April 14.
INSTITUTIONAL ISSUE: A protest at the Rabb steps on Tuesday highlighted widespread problems with racial equality on campus.
CA VALUES: CA Brandon Hong ’19 believes that the job of being a CA is only as valuable as the effort you put into it.
A BOY AND HIS COW: Jack (Seth Wulf ’21) prepares to part with his beloved cow, whom he has sold to the baker (Justin Chimoff ’20).
HAPPY EVER AFTER: The fairytale characters, particularly the Witch (Rebecca Myers ’18), celebrate the realization of their wishes.
HOPE AS DISCIPLINE: Vanita Gupta, the 2018 Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life, examined hope in her lecture.
THE PRU: Elihu Rubin connected the architecture of insurance company headquarters to the development of the urban city.
DARING DIRECTOR: Director Doris Doerrie discusses the film and gives background on its creation prior to the screening.
LANGUAGE BARRIER: Independent filmmaker and activist Zi’en Cui answers questions assisted by a translator.