Arts & Culture
By Barbara Howard and Theresa Pease
Amid the long-ignored keepsakes of his grandfather's life, Ted Gup '72 finds a tale that strikes a chord with recession-weary readers.
By Scott Edmiston
Brandeis' celebrated string quartet reaches an important milestone in perfect harmony.
Award-winning scholar Gannit Ankori is expert on Middle Eastern art and more.
Israeli-born Guy Mendilow's sweetly acoustic music highlights the annual celebration founded by Leonard Bernstein.
Faculty artist Tory Fair makes sculptures of herself for a commission at the Lincoln, Mass., museum.
Artist Jessica Riva Cooper reinterprets golem and dybbuk in a Kniznick Gallery installation.
Joseph Heller's classic anti-war novel, "Catch-22," was hatched as "Catch-18."
Brandeis musicians, conductors and theater designers win honors, accolades and applause for their accomplishments on and off campus.