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First Nations educator challenges Columbus’ legacy on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Arawak indigenous peoples representative Claudia A. Fox Tree disputed popular notions of Christopher Columbus’ societal contributions at an Intercultural Center (ICC) teach-in presentation on Monday, Oct. 8. The Arawak are a group of indigenous peoples… Read More...

End mandatory meal plans or end Sodexo

It is Saturday. I am running dangerously low on dining points and eating an average of one real meal per day. I still have five more swipes on my 12-a-week plan, but there is no… Read More...

Exploring the YA genre at Boston Teen Author Festival

The seventh annual Boston Teen Author Festival last Saturday brought both veteran and up-and-coming young adult authors together for panel reflections, signings and personal connections. Held in the Cambridge Public Library and neighboring Cambridge Rindge… Read More...

Biased USWNT player does not deserve further consideration

In 2017, a National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) player, Jaelene Hinkle, declined a friendlies invitation from the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT). Hinkle simply cited “personal reasons,” but that was not the end of… Read More...

Reserve mental health terminology for professionals and patients

Even though most people recognize mental health as a serious issue, some do not always acknowledge that in their everyday language. Part of treating mentally ill people with respect is using psychology terms judiciously and… Read More...

Latest installment of ‘Mission: Impossible’ is easily predictable, but never dull

“Mission: Impossible—Fallout” released in the United States on July 27 to critical acclaim, but its biggest twist was also its least surprising. “Mission: Impossible” follows Ethan Hunt, the leader of a fictional intelligence agency called… Read More...

Video Action Replay damages, not enhances

The 2018 FIFA World Cup ushered in a new era of soccer—for refereeing at least. FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, lauded themselves for their implementation of the latest soccer technology: Video Assistant Referee,… Read More...

Pray for the wicked, fresh and fun until not

One man band, Panic! at the Disco, released an enthusiastic sixth studio album, “Pray for the Wicked,” in June, but despite the high energy and fresh sound, it failed to match previous productions in catchiness… Read More...

Culture X showcases diverse student talent

The Brandeis community celebrated diversity and the end of the semester with the stunning performances at Culture X, an annual show co-sponsored by the Intercultural Center and the Gender and Sexuality Center. Host Kwesi Jones… Read More...

Brandeis VSA’s sophomore show satisfies and stuns

Sophomore club Brandeis Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) hosted their second annual culture show, “Brandeis By Night,” on Friday, April 13 with comedic, culinary and artistic delights. Not prone to leaving their audience unentertained, VSA presented… Read More...
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