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133 students from 22 states and six countries joined the Brandeis Class of 2023 earlier this month.
CHORUS AND CAST: Throughout the show, a group of nameless stones moved around to interact with the actors and the audiance.
AMICABLY SCARY: Garret Tordo ’21 took on a challenging role as the antagonist and delivered an impressive performance.
FORGOTTEN HISTORY: The Herero and Namaqua genocide is considered the first genocide of the twentieth century, but it is rarely mentioned in history classes.
CHARACTER STUDIES: Besides the historical approach, the show also discusses how the perspectives of individual actors affect their interpretations of the art of storytelling.
Sheldon Gilden, Kinetic Mobile Arts.
Stations were set up in several places around campus to encourage students to write Kindness Day cards for friends, faculty and staff.
Players couldn’t help but smile with the cheesy puns and jokes shared by the CAB volunteers before every round.
Tables were set up in the SCC atrium on Friday. Students were able to take roses, make dog toys and chat with the Deans over a cup of coffee or hot cocoa.
The Fashion Design Club set up a button maker machine that allowed students to make custom buttons for themselves and friends.
NATURAL SUPERNATURALISM: Michael Fishbane gave the Simon Rawidowicz lecture this year, allowing the community to learn about the poetry of Chaim Nachman Bialik.
HOT ONES: In order to enjoy the delicious food, one has to participate in the games and win glow sticks.