DEMOCRACY IN THE US: State and local government members gathered in Rapaporte Treasure Hall on Monday, March 9, to discuss democracy and voter engagement in the American democratic process.
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COZY HOUSE: Thanks to the hard work from the production team, the set of ‘Little Women’ created a small but comfortable house filled with a loving family.
TIMELESS STORY: While mostly following the original story, the show experimented with the costumes by mixing modern attire with old-fashioned clothing.
THREE STARS ON STAGE: Neta Riskin (center) was the most vocal of the three actresses during their conversation on Thursday night.
TOPNOTCH: The show featured 12 different stories, featuring a variety of characters and excellent performances.
PUTTING IN WORK BEHIND THE SCENE: The costumes were all simple but effective, and the designers deserve to be praised for the work they put in.
NOT JUST FICTION: The game of Quidditch captured the imaginations of readers of the Harry Potter book series. Now, the Brandeis Quidditch team is turning the game into a sport, competing with other universities.
At the New Student Forum, students were invited to ask Zadie Smith questions about her book "Swing Time."
President Ron Liebowitz opened the event.
HARD WORK BACKSTAGE: The visual effect of the show is breathtaking, and the credit goes to the stage production team.
MIX OF TIME: Giving modern costumes to some of the actors gave a unique vibe to the production.
ONE GOD, TWO BODIES: A creative choice of the production was to have an actor and an actress to portray two sides of the character.
GREEK MYTHOLOGY: The vertical set that actors climb on helped address the relationship between god and humans.