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‘House of Cards’ season four surprises with renewed greatness

Spoiler disclaimer: If you haven’t watched the fourth season of Netflix’s series “House of Cards” and are planning to, you probably shouldn’t read further. This review contains spoilers. This review comes from the perspective of… Read More...

In the Senate: Mar. 6

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Brandeis International Journal publishes student perspectives on the world

The Brandeis International Journal is an entirely undergraduate run, written and published International Affairs publication, according to the description on their website. Once per semester, the club releases an issue that contains thoroughly researched articles,… Read More...

Spotlight on the Student Union Judiciary

The Brandeis University Student Union, our student government, has many functions and branches, such as club allocations and legislation. However, the organization also has organs that do not receive nearly as much attention as do… Read More...

In the Senate: Feb. 21

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Purple Party attempts to unite younger voters

Who expects to run for president in the future? Deval Patrick? Elizabeth Warren? They’re mum on the subject; however Shaquan McDowell ’18 is forthright in stating that his hope is to run for president one… Read More...

In the senate: Jan. 24

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Hunger and Homelessness fights poverty with service

The Waltham Group is an umbrella service organization under which 20 service clubs operate, doing good unto the local community through coordinated volunteer activities. These clubs work with blood drives, adults with developmental disabilities, Waltham… Read More...

Brandeis Students for Reproductive Justice enter their second semester

Lexi Ouellette is a sophomore from Granby, MA. Anne Kat Alexander is also a sophomore, hailing from Austin, TX. Ouellette is a Politics major with minors in Health: Science, Society and Policy, Legal Studies and… Read More...

Univ. should reform system to help balancing act

“Success in this 4 credit hour course is based on the expectation that students will spend a minimum of 9 hours of study time per week in preparation for class.” That phrase can be found… Read More...
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