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EMOTIONS AND MESSAGES: The theme of the play surrounds the emotions that we convey when receiving messages and how the message we put out can affect the emotions of others.
FLOW OF THOUGHTS: The play doesn’t have one clear storyline. Instead, it feels like watching a train of thoughts of the writer acted out by the cast.
TREATS AND BEVERAGES: A local restaurant provided authentic Venezuelan dinner for the show’s attendees.
FLOW OF COLOR: Latinxtreme, the only Latinx dance group on Brandeis’ campus, performed in traditional clothing and presented diverse styles of dance.
SPACE OF STORIES: The set of the show is a two-floor metal structure, where the space is defined by each story.
A DIFFERENT VIBE: Kaos Kids showcased the modern side of Latinx music and dance.
OFFENSE GET TOUGH: Brandeis’ Max Breiter ’20 keeps control of the ball from the defense in a game against Carnegie Mellon University on Oct. 5.
Outside the Student Union office.
The event included the traditional dance of the Garba around a shrine to Maa Durga, the goddess of war. Different members took turns leading these dances, which are a part of the Navratri celebration. According to the Facebook event created for It’s Garba Season, Navratri is “a Hindu festival that symbolizes the victory of positivity over negativity.”
Namaskar’s “It’s Garba Season” event brought together students to participate in the Navratri festival. Many members of the club wore chaniya cholis, traditional Indian clothing.
At the event, Namaskar served free vegetarian Indian food to everyone who attended.
NIGHT MODE: Brandeis’ Ruby Siegel ’23 plays offense in a night game against Wellesley College on Sept. 24.
LEG DAY: Brandeis’ Max Breiter ’20 prepares to defend his goal from the invading Carnegie Mellon offense in a game on Oct. 5.
HOMEWARD BOUND: When she was 10, Christina moved from New Jersey back to her parent’s homeland in South Korea, before moving back to the United States to attend Brandeis. She spoke about the challenges and triumphs of creating her identity across both continents.
AN UNEXPLAINED DEPARTURE: Director of Student Accessibility Support Beth Rodgers-Kay officially retired on Sept. 23, but she was out of the office for much of the beginning of the semester.