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Asian Food at Brandeis Sucks

I never expected great food when I decided to come to Brandeis. In fact, I was quite aware of the average quality of the campus food in America, being badly burned before in high school.… Read More...

Wake up, your ancestors are calling

History is a really funny thing. We, as humans, are inclined to believe that people change, and what happened in the past will not happen in the future. But, in my humble opinion, human nature… Read More...

What is TRII and how can I join?

I think many years from now, when our kids are our age, those of us who were in school at this particular historical moment will remember it as a dark period in American history, a… Read More...

SSIS advice column

SSIS is looking for new members! Not sure if SSIS is right for you? Here what some SSIS members have to say about why they joined and why they stay! “Ever since I saw the… Read More...

On lunch with Ron

I had lunch with Ron Liebowitz. That is, I had lunch with Ron Liebowitz if you consider a catered three course meal complete with butlers and lap napkins “lunch.” The word decadence comes to mind.… Read More...

The Controversial Common Core

The Obama administration saw the conception, creation and implementation of a Common Core system that was very much controversial. A Gallup news article comparing two Gallup polls on parents’ views on the Common Core around… Read More...

An economic education, please?

According to the Council for Economic Education’s annual Survey, only 22 states in the U.S. require that students at public high schools take an economics class before they graduate. Global statistics are hard to find,… Read More...

Achieving change requires focusing on the actions of the presidency

A recent update from the Trump administration on new plans to enforce human rights worldwide took much of the country aback. In an article entitled “A U.S. Ambassador Promises a Global Push to Decriminalize Homosexuality,”… Read More...

Re: the Gates’ annual letter

I think 2018 was quite a year for everyone. And even though we’re well into March, there is always time to reflect upon the previous year. For me, 2018 brought lots of highs and lows,… Read More...

APAHM: What it means to dream

In response to this past week’s edition of the Arts section of the Justice, we—the Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA)—wanted to express our anger towards not only the designer of the page but also… Read More...
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