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Saudi Arabia: The lesser of two evils

Churchill and Roosevelt are revered. Stalin is loathed. Yet it was the latter’s army that liberated Auschwitz, Chelmno and Majdanek. Stalin remains one of history’s most brutal dictators, but for the United States, the decision… Read More...

Editor’s Note: Technical Difficulties

We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please bear with us as we work on fixing the website. While the homepage is not completely working, if you click on any section header (News, Arts, etc.) at the… Read More...

Federal gun regulation should follow in Massachusetts’ steps

Every time I check the news, there always seem to be two topics that I always read about: the Trump administration and another mass shooting. I’m not surprised by the former; President Trump always has… Read More...

Interpretations of art consumption in the #MeToo Era

The #MeToo movement is, undoubtedly, a crucially important revolution in the gender culture of corporations and industries. #MeToo revealed to the mainstream public the exploitation of power discrepancies that was taking place among celebrities and… Read More...

Who critiques the critics?

Jonah Koslofsky ’20 and Noah Harper ’19 are two guys who like to write about pop culture and occasionally review Brandeis productions. This week, they’re going to have a conversation about criticism in general. Shade…… Read More...

An attempt to define and address a particular sort of bullying in universities

When one thinks about the term “bullying,” they are likely to have a relatively specific and stereotyped representation in mind. It seems we are all most familiar with the way we were taught to look… Read More...