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Netflix original ‘One Day at a Time’ is relatable, humorous, serious all at once

If you follow through on one New Year’s resolution, make it an easy one: Watch “One Day at a Time.”

Just released this month, this Netflix original series is the perfect way to start off 2017. The show, a reboot … Read More...

A quick fix for cleaner dorms

Among the laundry list of things that are missing from Brandeis dorms, there is one thing that is actually an easy fix: communal vacuums.

With the daily wear and tear that dorm rooms receive, vacuuming them seems like a no … Read More...

Additional microwaves would increase lunchtime quality of life

Any weekday around noon, Usdan is filled with lines. Lines for Lower, Currito, the Deli wind through Usdan, but there is one less conspicuous though still irritating line—that for the microwave. Toward the back of Upper is a microwave used … Read More...

Additional microwaves would increase lunchtime quality of life

Any weekday around noon, Usdan is filled with lines. Lines for Lower, Currito, the Deli wind through Usdan, but there is one less conspicuous though still irritating line—that for the microwave. Toward the back of Upper is a microwave used … Read More...

College Notebook: Nationwide, students target racial inequality

A new civil rights movement is finding its place on college campuses across the country as students of color, specifically black students, demand recognition and representation from their schools.

Students are forcing their campuses to confront histories of racial injustice … Read More...

Prof. Fellman recalls campus electricity during Vietnam era

Professor Gordon Fellman (SOC/PAX), better known as Gordie, is synonymous with activism on campus. For decades, he has urged students to take part in protests and campaigns and question normative structures.

A graduate of Antioch College and Harvard University, Fellman … Read More...

Brandeis welcomes new sustainability manager

With a priority of reducing Brandeis’ carbon footprint, Mary Fischer has become the new manager of sustainability programs.

Fischer, who started on July 6, sought out the position because the university’s “desire for building a strong sustainability program was very … Read More...

Dharmic prayer center to replace Women’s Resource Center

As of Friday, March 20, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) will be vacated so that a Dharmic prayer center can occupy the space.

Following a meeting in the fall, the university notified the student groups that use the WRC that … Read More...

Climate justice activism presses univ. for action

Brandeis Climate Justice (BCJ) and Faculty Against the Climate Threat (FACT) are pressing the university to diversify Brandeis’ endowment from fossil fuels more actively than ever before.

After 79 percent of students voted in support of divestment in an April … Read More...

Integrate study abroad into general housing with contracts

As someone who is studying abroad next spring and therefore guaranteed on-campus housing, I feel guilty complaining about my options since they’re much better than many juniors’ and seniors’. However, I believe my proposal of joint housing for study abroad … Read More...

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