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‘Vice:’ nearly as frustrating as the Bush presidency

Three years ago, Adam McKay won an Oscar. This was… a career shift: McKay made his name directing Will Ferrell comedies like “Step Brothers” and “Talladega Nights.” He’d never come off as a bad filmmaker… Read More...

In support of a decentralized, intersectional Women’s March

There is nowhere you should be this Saturday aside from the Women’s March. This year’s Boston march centers around the theme, “Until All Voices Are Heard.” While it is bound to not be as large… Read More...

Women’s basketball goes 6-7 after winter break

The women’s basketball team worked hard over winter break, playing four games and starting conference play. Going into their final non-conference game, the Judges had a record of 4-5. Starting the second half of their… Read More...

Rest in peace, Schuster Institute

Lamentably, after 14 years of investigative reporting at Brandeis, the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism closed its doors in December 2018. According to an email from Provost Lisa Lynch announcing the closure, the Schuster Institute… Read More...

Men’s and women’s track and field start indoor season strong

The Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field team started their indoor season this past weekend at home at the annual Reggie Poyau Memorial Invitational, in honor of former athlete Reggie Poyau. The men’s and… Read More...

Men’s basketball finds success opening up UAA play

Over winter break, men’s basketball was still in action with five games, one out of conference and three UAA games. The Judges began on Dec. 30, hosting Bowdoin College. Brandeis outscored Bowdoin, 32-23, in the… Read More...

‘Aquaman’ stuns and excites

The latest installment to the DC Extended Universe, “Aquaman” is visually breathtaking and incredibly fun to watch. While it is by no means a perfect movie, it makes up for its flaws with entertaining action… Read More...

Brandeis ‘springboard funding’ plan to pay for projects, maintenance

Brandeis will increase its endowment spending from 5.7 percent to 6.2 percent each year to partially fund a $73 million “springboard funding” plan to pay for operational costs and capital projects, according to an email… Read More...

For the sake of British democracy, Brexit must proceed

March 29 will mark one of the most consequential days for the global economy in recent memory—the United Kingdom is scheduled to withdraw from the European Union (EU), sending the world’s fifth largest economy into… Read More...

Grant provides funds for social justice-in-action events

The Brenda Meehan Social Justice-In-Action Grant provides an unique opportunity to undergraduate students to bring together both an academic and activist perspective on pressing public policy issues that face the United States and the world.… Read More...
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