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Only sustained public pressure can end Reddit hate speech

Americans are reluctant to take Reddit seriously. They see the website as primarily populated by mid-twenties male losers living in their parents’ basements, typing racist r… Read More...

Brandeis’ new General Ed requirements will hurt future students

As the Class of 2018 Senator, I need to express my views concerning the new curriculum changes that the Senate will vote on this Sunday, which will be voted on by the Faculty Senate so… Read More...

Hugh Hefner: a precursor to Trump’s misogyny

In the days since the passing of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, some media outlets, such as the liberal publications “Vox” and “Newsweek,” have praised him as an equal righ… Read More...

America’s gentrification problem will require a large-scale solution

American cities are struggling with the dual issues of gentrification and homelessness. Google defines gentrification as “the process of renovating a district so that it con… Read More...

Let’s Hangout Sometime

We are becoming more encompassed within our own world and own little bubble. We have become better at isolating ourselves. I wish I had realized this earlier on and that I’d had th… Read More...

Reality TV matters

Reality TV is trashy, right? Many people think it plays to our basest desires, giving us cheap, stupid entertainment without forcing us to have any of those pesky thoughts or feeli… Read More...

#TakeAKnee and the patriotism of protest

This week, hundreds of NFL players knelt during the national anthem in protest of growing racist sentiment in America. The protests were inspired by former 49’s quarterback Co… Read More...

How to stay sane after graduation

When I leave Brandeis next spring, I don’t know where in the world I will end up. I will become a nomad, following a job or a person, an opportunity or a dream. I am sure that shortly afRead More...

NBA Super-teams Continue to Form: Why It’s Bad For the League

The New York Knicks traded their top star, Carmelo Anthony, to the Oklahoma City Thunder Sep. 25. Anthony, who most expected to be traded before the beginning of the season, will jo… Read More...

Party ideology hurts the American economy

A mindset based on economic development was once the cornerstone of American prominence, but is now ignored in the face of ideology. An economic policy that supports reasonable c… Read More...

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