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“Fridays for a Future:” The power of the next generation

After the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School last year, student activists took to the streets and social media to voice the issues of gun violence in the United States. These students were met with… Read More...

International student senator refuses recall

For the first time in Student Union history, a Union senator has been recalled in an election. International Senator Linfei Yang ’20 was recalled from the Student Union, after a recall vote was called during… Read More...

12 seats in Student Union filled

The winter elections of the Student Union saw 12 out of 13 possible positions filled, spanning the Executive Board, Allocations Board (A-Board) and the Senate. In the Executive Board, Simran Tatuskar ’21 ran unopposed for… Read More...

’Deis Hacks looks to improve non-profit organizations

When people think of hacking, their first thought is always along the lines of hacking the National Security Agency (NSA) or Facebook. But ’Deis Hacks, “a hackathon for social good” focuses on the good that… Read More...

BCC program combines stress management with tools for academic success

The Brandeis Counseling Center (BCC), along with the Psychology Department, created the Resiliency, Information, Skills, Experience (RISE) Program, done mainly through the BCC, to help all undergraduate students learn the tools necessary to succeed in… Read More...

Helping young adults defy the odds: The Samfund

Everything happens for a reason. Right? Sometimes, the powers of the universe throw curveballs that are oftentimes unexplainable. Sam Eisenstein Watson ’01, MBA ’06, was thrown quite the curveball by life. And she ran with… Read More...

Meet the winter election candidates

Executive Board: Secretary Simran Tatuskar ’21 Tatuskar is currently co-chair for the Health and Safety Committee on the Union and has been a part of many projects through her position, including getting condoms put in… Read More...

Forum highlights issues with accessibility on campus

Members of the Brandeis community shared experiences with disability and frustrations with accessibility on campus at a community forum, where administrators pledged their support in resolving these issues, on Tuesday. From the transportation and housing… Read More...

The justice after injustice

In 2004, Cyntoia Brown was found at the scene of a murder victim, a 43-year-old man who had allegedly solicited her for sex when she was only 16. Brown gave up her Miranda Rights and… Read More...

“On the Basis of Sex” tells RBG’s origin story

The two things that always stay in my mind after watching a film are the score and the ability of the film to captivate the attention of the audience. “On the Basis of Sex” follows… Read More...
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