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SSIS Advice Column

Welcome back to the SSIS column, where we answer any and all of Brandeis students’ questions about sex, sexuality, identity and relationships! If you have a question you’d like answered in our next column, email… Read More...

Brandeis should be more supportive of student initiatives

In President Ron Liebowitz’s speech earlier in the semester, “A Framework for Our Future,” he highlighted the importance of supporting different student and faculty initiatives. This type of bottom-up improvement is what makes Brandeis so… Read More...

We need more AAPI education

This semester, I am taking a class taught by Dr. Leanne Day, AAPI 140B: Introduction to Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies. On most days, I have found myself letting out squeaks a couple times… Read More...

Student Sexuality Information Services (SSIS): Advice Column

Welcome back to the SSIS column, where we answer any and all of Brandeis students’ questions about sex, sexuality, identity and relationships. This will be our last column of the semester, but if you have… Read More...

How U.S. military involvement created a border crisis—and what Brandeis students are doing about it

There is a humanitarian crisis occurring at the U.S.-Mexico border as thousands of asylum seekers arrive at border cities with no support from either the U.S. or Mexican governments and with dwindling resources to support… Read More...

How to be an artist in today’s political climate

It seems that every time I look at the news, there is another tragedy, political scandal, natural disaster––the list goes on. In today’s political climate, it is hard to remain positive and feel that I… Read More...

The power of conceding

The political world has felt much more chaotic to me now than it has in any other point in my lifetime. Many political debates in the news or online are arguments that are going over… Read More...

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...
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