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All sports clubs should be considered club sports

In the world of college varsity athletics, those of us who don’t have the elusive title of “varsity athlete” are considered NARPs, non-athletic regular people. As a Division III school that is in a conference… Read More...

What I wish I knew: Einstein’s needs a change

You see it, right? You know what I’m talking about: the black circles under your eyes, the sluggish movements of everyone around you, the mass exodus from class right to the library. Some may think… Read More...

How should we protest?

I love protests. There’s something exciting about seeing people sticking it to the man—expressing themselves in public, risking their comfort and safety for what they believe in. But I worry that we all haven’t thought… Read More...

Librarians deserve a fair contract

The Brandeis University librarians and their union, SEIU 888, are fighting for a better contract with the university administration. Brandeis Labor Coalition (BLC) and the students at Brandeis stand with them and express our support.… Read More...

We are in a worrisome era of deflection

There is no question that politicians are not very transparent. This is likely a product of the idea that politicians know they can get away with some small-scale forms of deception and fallacious comments in… Read More...

A critique on the liberal reaction

Trump’s victory over Clinton was the shot heard around the world. It was a distressing astonishment to some and a triumph for others. Quickly, the reigning ideology was becoming a breed of Republicanism that had… Read More...

What I wish I knew: don’t be afraid to call BEMCo

Procrastination did not even begin to encapsulate how much I was putting off writing my essay Friday night. I was not ready for my night to end because once it did, my paper awaited. Nevertheless,… Read More...

The Rose Art museum should recognize the campus community

A little over a month ago from today was the advent of what once was a great Brandeis tradition—the semesterly opening of the Rose Art Museum. The slow decline of the museum into stagnation is… Read More...

Students need better access to indigenous studies

I feel ill-equipped to advocate for indigenous studies when I do not belong to an indigenous group, nor have exceptional expertise on indigenous issues. Yet, as much as feeling under qualified made me reluctant to… Read More...

Why smoking has become cool again

Counterculture must be a circular process wherein one strain of thought, as it gains influence, suddenly becomes less appealing to the misfits of society, and its previous tyrannical overlord becomes the new status symbol for… Read More...
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