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What is going on in the world?

People, WAKE UP! These are “interesting” times to read the news, we are living history. Changes all over the world are taking place. Below is a brief list of some of the issues th… Read More...

Just three questions

Two thousand years ago the great Rabbi Hillel posed three rhetorical questions. In the first he asks, “If I am not for myself, who will be for me?” With these words Hillel demand… Read More...

A Few Words on Anarchy and America

A spectre is haunting America – the spectre of the unreconstructed individual. He cannot, and will never be, a cog in the machine of other’s grand designs. The current elector… Read More...

POYA: Miscellaneous shit

Haters: Oh no, he said “shit”! That means he’s just trying to be inflammatory without having any actual ideas!

Critics: He used the term “haters”! That means he’s a wi… Read More...

Forgotten, but hardly lost

As her eyes opened for the first time in four months, Tessa Venell ’08 had her very own Wizard in Oz moment. “Am I still in China?” she asked herself as she looked around, taking … Read More...

New George Washington club teaches students about America’s History

Although a fair number of us Brandeisian(s) do hail from the Massachusetts area, there are plenty of us from other states, not to mention from other countries.

Believe it or not, th… Read More...

IIM allows students to choose their own paths

Each year, about thirty to thirty-five percent of the incoming freshman class arrives at Brandeis undecided about their major. Over the next 2 years, the amount of undecided majo… Read More...

Documentary addresses wrongful conviction

On Thursday night, Pulitzer prize winning journalist Maurice Possley and former death house chaplain Reverend Carroll Pickett had an intense and thought provoking question an… Read More...

BADASS debates off-shore drilling

Due to lighting difficulties, Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society’s first public debate of the semester started out in the dark, but, by the end, everyone in the atrium … Read More...

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