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‘Angels in America’ re-examines tragedy

Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches, as performed by Brandeis Players and directed by Sarah Waldron ’17, makes the audience think deeply about themes such as love and loss in a time when AIDS was just coming into the public’s attention.

Lisak addresses sexual assault

The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department’s 11th annual lecture in the Roosevelt Lecture Series underscored the importance of addressing the issue of sexual assault on college campuses and proposed ways in which it could be addressed.

BTC play examines the themes of life and loss

Brandeis Theater Company’s production of Dead Man’s Cell Phone, directed by Prof. Adrienne Krstansky (THA) brings up deep questions about life after death and technology’s place in our world through many aspects of production.The show opens with Jean (Samantha Browne-Walters ’15) sitting in a café across the stage from Gordon (Alex Davis ’15), who she soon realizes has quietly passed away while sitting at the table.

Professors receive grants from BRAIN initiative

Profs. Sacha Nelson and John Lisman (BIOL) have received research grants from the National Institutes of Health under President Barack Obama’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies, Initiative, according to an Oct.

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