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‘Big Love’ cements itself as a lasting memory at Brandeis Theater

Despite the deluge of afternoon rain that kept most Brandeis students and others inside on Saturday, Oct. 22, a crowd of about 100 braved the weather to see the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts’ thoroughly… Read More...

Students brainstorm campus sustainability

DeiSic, a 24-hour think-tank and contest which began Sunday afternoon, challenged students to team up, develop, flesh out and present potential campus sustainability projects. This year was the first year of deiSic, but Jeremy Koob… Read More...

Panel discusses unity of women in business

Five successful Brandeis alumnae and faculty discussed their notable careers in business and their accomplishments in male-dominated industries in a panel on Thursday, Oct. 27. On the panel was Anne Carter, professor emerita of economics… Read More...

Volleyball falls to Rivier

The Brandeis women’s volleyball team played Rivier College, ranked 12th in New England, at home in Auerback Arena. The Judges dropped the game to Rivier in three sets by scores of 25-14, 25-16 and 25-22.… Read More...

The politicization of taco trucks exposes racist stereotypes

Last month, Marco Gutierrez, the founder of Latinos for Trump, famously remarked that Latinx immigration will lead to the presence of “taco trucks on every corner.” Gutierrez argued that Latinx immigration was forming a cultural… Read More...

Brandeis students test safe space boundaries

It would not be an understatement to say that Brandeis is a politically correct institution. The social justice oriented university does a lot to make sure its students feel comfortable and that everyone respects the… Read More...

Congresswoman shares insights in webinar

Congresswoman Pat Schroeder, known for her groundbreaking work and advocacy for women during her 24-year career in the House of Representatives, voiced her concerns about the election and the state of gender equality in America… Read More...

Is third-party voting in this election a wasted vote?

This election has two of the least-liked major-party candidates of any election in modern history. One is known to be a racist, bigoted, misogynistic, two-faced, ignorant, unintelligent, dangerous, dictatorial demagogue. The other is seen as… Read More...

‘Girl on the Train’ offers viewers a juicy plot twist

Recently released on Friday, Oct. 7, “The Girl on the Train” starring Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett and Rebecca Ferguson offers a satisfying experience for the fans of dark, psychological thrillers. While I must confess that… Read More...

Why we do what we do

If sociology and the science behind human interaction intrigue you, look no further than a class taught by Prof. Gordie Fellman (SOC), a scholar of “the structural level of analysis, such as social class, race,… Read More...
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