Each student in her class was asked to produce a sculpture made from a book. In a spurt of inspiration, Brontë Velez ’16 decided to cut a hole through her book’s pages and fill it with soil and a dead bouquet of flowers. She reached out to Harry Pickering, an artist-friend from Vassar College whom she met while studying in Prague that day.
Conor Friedersdorf criticized weakened free speech rights on campuses.
On Sunday evening, the Lydian String Quartet performed in Slosberg Recital Hall, along with assorted guests, for a performance titled “Gabriel Fauré: A Chamber Music Retrospective,” as part of Fauré Festival Weekend.
This year’s production of “Quickies” from the Brandeis Ensemble Theatre offered bite-sized entertainment that showcased the original talents of the undergraduate performance community. Taking place in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater on Sunday, the entire production featured nine pieces, each about 10 to 15 minutes in length.
Like many Brandeis students, David Benger ’14 was a first-year with diverse interests and no intention of settling on one life path — at least not before exploring where each of his passions might lead.
Student Union President Nyah Macklin and other Student Union members spoke at the biannual event.
Brandeisians studying abroad tell about their experiences and reflect on Friday's terrorist attacks.
The room hummed with excitement as performers lined the overhead balconies practicing their choreography, and spectators packed into Levin Ballroom on Thursday evening for the annual Fall Adagio Dance Company show, titled “Evolution Of Dance.” Adagio is the largest organization at the University dedicated to dance and is entirely student-run.
The University worked with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad to offer a new economics program.
Group led by Brandeis professor makes new claims about nature of black holes and gravitational waves
In a recent study, Prof. Roberts (PHYS) concluded that binary black holes occur less often than predicted.