When I stepped into the Women’s Studies Research Center last Wednesday, I was amazed by how stylish this exhibition was.
The Club Cantonese @ Brandeis presented their annual culture show on Friday in Levin Ballroom. The theme of this year’s culture show was “Tsum Zao Seoi Yuet,” which means “looking for Cantonese Culture through time” in Cantonese.
Dancers of the Adagio Dance Company created a beautiful, fantastic dreamworld for audience last Thursday. This was the first time I attended a Brandeis dance show, but this show impressed me more than I would have ever imagined.
Your professors might be some of the best in their academic field, but do you know that they are also experts in painting, knitting and graphic design?
This week, the Justice spoke with Irma Reyes Aragon ’21, the president of Brandeis Latinx Student Organization, about their multi-part FuturX event on Oct. 19.
This quasi-mystical regard for architecture was paired with a heightened professional sense, which he saw at the time as failing the common citizen.
Once I stepped into The Undisciplined Collector, 2015, a 20th century style living room in the Rose Art Museum, the first work that caught my eye was the “Le Marche.”