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FARBER: Murderous ducks and dying hamsters

Im a Junior. And as I try to look back on the long road that got me here, I completely forget where I put it, and what might have been on it the last time I saw it. But though … Read More...

Hoot Super Bowl Prediction

Patriots 31, Eagles 17… Read More...

FREIMAN: Remembering Auschwitz, 60 years on

Last Thursday, January 27, 2005, officials, liberators and survivors gathered in Oswiecim, Poland to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp. At least 1.5 million men, women and children, the majority of them Jews, … Read More...

WRITERS BLOCK: Fighting that New England mid-winter slump

Its just about that time of year. If youre from the New England area, you know what Im talking about. Its the mid-winter slump. Its the mysterious mental breaking point found somewhere between the end of January and early February. … Read More...

BERKENWALD: The Freedom in Pain

It is only after weve lost everything that we are free to do anything. ~ Fight Club
What is an impulse? However you define it, it is what made me get my nose pierced last Saturday. I am one of … Read More...

CAHN: Shoebats love built on foundation of hate

As I left the Shapiro Theater on the evening of January 31st, I felt a mixture of anger and sadness at the events I had just witnessed. For nearly two hours I heard the words of Walid Shoebat, and during … Read More...

I was not going to see Walid Shoebat

Anyone who has been around campus lately knows about the PLO terrorist turned Zionist named Walid Shoebat who was coming to campus and I had decided not to see him.

Nonetheless, I found myself at the door waiting to get … Read More...

EDITORIAL: Dont just complain about bad journalism, let your voice be heard

Most of us came to Brandeis with the motivational words of our high school graduations still echoing in our ears. Go out into the world and make it a better place, we were told, or work hard and change things … Read More...

MAIRSON: Justice Brandeis, does faculty governance matter?

This academic year has seen considerable tumult over Dean Jaffes suggestions to eliminate teaching Greek, the program in Linguistics, the program in Music Composition, and to reduce faculty in NEJS and Physics. Program terminations could occur immediately. Faculty elimination catalyzed … Read More...

COLUMN: Democrats are not the only ones who want peace

When people asked me if I was going to Inauguration with Students for Peace, I really didnt know what to say. I am a conservative Republican, yet I am also a student for peace. In fact, my love of peace … Read More...

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