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A sugar tax on the companies, not the consumers

Obesity rates for children and adults are on the rise across not only the United States but also most Westernized countries in the world. A heavy fat and sugar diet is to blame. As mor… Read More...

Why we care whether Mark Zuckerberg is a robot

If you’ve been on Facebook at all this past year, you’ve probably seen the joke that Mark Zuckerberg is a robot. These jokes reached their apex during Zuckerberg’s Senate he… Read More...

Toward a more lighthearted college culture

I had certain expectations of college culture before I arrived at Brandeis, expectations that mostly consisted of what my parents had told me, stories from friends who went to big… Read More...

Don’t suspend students

Nevada High School student Noah Christensen was one of the many who participated in pro-gun control walkouts last week. At the walkout, students distributed a paper with the phon… Read More...

Betsy DeVos does not have America’s best interests in mind

If the American education system has any chance of improving its international standing, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has got to go. All students deserve an equal opportun… Read More...

Mohammed bin Salman: Putting Saudi Arabia on the right track

In the aftermath of 9/11, the American people had a deep distrust of Saudi Arabia and its government.

Times have changed.

With the emergence of a newly emboldened Iran, the largest … Read More...

Time’s up: the power in the money

: Male reign over society is slowly but surely coming to an end. It appears that after being viewed as the dominant sex for thousands of years, the power has gone to their head. Men, ho… Read More...

Corporations should not be considered legal persons

The debate over whether or not corporations should be considered legal persons has sustained longevity in the legal sphere. While some believe it is within the rights of corporat… Read More...

Our justice system should focus on rehabilitation

A prisoners’ standard of living varies greatly from those of us on the other side of the bars. According to the Prison Policy Initiative, since the beginning of 2018, there have b… Read More...

Bojack Horseman challenges to TV narrative of abortion

In America, an unwanted pregnancy can be a terrifying endeavor. When deciding whether to continue the pregnancy or get an abortion, pregnant people are faced with myriad societa… Read More...

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