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The community oriented future for Goldfarb and Farber

As a central hub for innovation and studying, Goldfarb Library and Farber Study Hall are at the center of campus, allowing students to study late into the night and collaborate with classmates. Matthew Sheehy, the… Read More...

Betsy DeVos does not have America’s best interests in mind

If the American education system has any chance of improving its international standing, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has got to go. All students deserve an equal opportunity at a great education, and Betsy DeVos’… Read More...

Time’s up: the power in the money

: Male reign over society is slowly but surely coming to an end. It appears that after being viewed as the dominant sex for thousands of years, the power has gone to their head. Men,… Read More...

Double trouble: students major in varying disciplines

Neeti Kulkarni ’21 Neeti Kulkarni ’21 didn’t plan on becoming a music major until she was surrounded by them. She attended a chamber music camp in Minnesota with instructors from conservatories at nearby universities, a… Read More...

Our justice system should focus on rehabilitation

A prisoners’ standard of living varies greatly from those of us on the other side of the bars. According to the Prison Policy Initiative, since the beginning of 2018, there have been 2.3 million people… Read More...

International Center for Ethics celebrates its 20th anniversary

The International Center for Ethics celebrated its 20th anniversary on Monday, March 12, with the event “A Powerful Fire: Performances to Energize Our Next 20 Years,” which contained a variety of performers, panelists and a… Read More...

Professor Coiner and his enigmatic economics

Economics professor Michael Coiner is not a monotone lecturer. While explaining supply and demand graphs or discussing President Trump’s trade policy, students recall Coiner’s excitement building to a peak. With chalk flying across the board,… Read More...

The fashion industry needs to catch up to changing beauty standards

There’s no doubt beauty standards have evolved over time. During the Renaissance, women were expected to have full figures that today might be considered overweight. This difference in beauty standards has to do with status.… Read More...

Professor receives grant to combat terrorism

Brandeis professor Jytte Klausen (POL) received $731,000 in funding to create a database predicting the patterns of radicalization and terrorism. Klausen and Anura Jayasumana, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Colorado State University,… Read More...

Waltham listed as top city to live in Massachusetts

Money magazine ranked Waltham #13 out of 100 on their list of the “Best Places to Live,” an annually released list of the best cities to live in around the United States. Waltham was the… Read More...
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