Aminé sings to the crowd who had been waiting for him to perform all day. Throughout his riveting performance, Aminé sang his hit songs “Caroline” and “Spice Girl” and the crowd went wild.
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The DJ told the crowd to wave their hands in the air.
STAR OF THE NIGHT: Among the performances, Amber Crossman ’21 stole the show with her singing.
PASSIONATE CAST: In an open cast production, anyone who is interested in performing on stage.
IT’S THE 70S!: The production restored the vibe of the decade it is set in, including the iconic fashion style.
FEELS LIKE HOME: The Southeast Asia Club prepared games and food to bring together the audiances.
DANCE AROUND THE W0RLD: A variety forms of dances were performed at AYALA, from traditional music to V-pop.
TALENT FROM THE STUDENTS: Brandeis performers graced the audiance with pop songs from Southeast Asia.
HISTORICAL RECKONING: German gap year students volunteering with Jewish elders held a dialogue with Jewish students about the history of the Holocaust and its impact on their lives.
HERE AND NO FURTHER: Daniel Tyll Hofinger (left) and Dorothee Haeusermann (right) spoke about climate justice efforts in Germany. The group they work with, Ende Gelände, aims to curb coal mining and protect the Hambach Forest.
DISABILITY ACTIVISM: The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy organized a talk with Judy Heumann, a notable advocate for disability rights. She recalled personal experiences and shared knowledge she has gained throughout her career.