But that’s what “Mamma Mia!” is all about: singing without a care in the world and dancing like nobody’s watching.
Loud. That is how I would describe my Friday night at Chum’s. This, however, is not a negative attribute.
The latest installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was released last week to roaring box office success. “Captain Marvel” follows the story of a young warrior from an alien planet suffering from amnesia — she can’t remember anything before five years ago. When a mission takes her to Earth in 1995, she must combat invading shapeshifters, called Skrulls, and stop them from acquiring a massive light speed generator.
The Union has been improving, slowly but surely. A-board processes are being streamlined through new servers in the fall, the Treasury is deftly handling the budget and the Senate is re-evaluating the way it conducts itself through bylaw reforms. Simply put, the Union is headed in the right direction. The members of the E-board and A-board are working their hardest to think about long-term progress, a state of mind that Brandeis has not really embraced.
The 1993 British play was produced by the Undergraduate Theater Collective March on 14-17 in the SCC Theater.
Howardena Pindell’s “Nelson Mandela Parade” is a striking piece which conveys Pindell’s memory loss, the result of a car accident, extremely vividly.
Levine described himself as an “old-fashioned idealist,” a composer who creates music meant to be listened to from beginning to end.
We did it, everyone. We solved racism.
The Rose Art Museum opened up to the public for the first time in 2019 last Friday .