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Yellow Bikes for Deis

Approximately fourteen years ago the Cuban government was faced with a transportation crisis: They had lost 80% of their oil supply with the collapse of the Soviet-bloc. Castro saw bicycles as the solution and promptly… Read More...

Friday night as seen through eyes of a male American college student.

When I finished reading In the Eye of the Typical College Guy, It All Boils Down to Sex in The Justice, I was a bit disturbed and very confused. I wasnt sure what part bothered… Read More...

iBreast

A few days ago, a friend directed me to an article entitled Musical Breast Implants on www.ananova.com. Now, I have to admit I wasnt too keen on the idea of having an mp3 player implanted… Read More...

Editorial

To the Editor: Kevin Montgomery is absolutely correct in his contention that genocide has political and economic dimensions. However, he would be completely incorrect to argue that STAND on the national and local level has… Read More...

Rankings: Recognizing the best students

This past spring, Newsweek released its 2005 rankings of American public high schools. My alma mater, Gateway Senior HS, did not crack Newsweek.coms list of the top 1,042 public schools. While criticizing ones own school… Read More...

Have you ever heard a Banshee shriek?

If you had told me a couple years ago that I would be playing ultimate frisbee when I got to college, I would have told you that you were crazy. Everybody knows that ultimate frisbee… Read More...

Campus wide intellectual oppression regarding newspaper

According to the Brandeis Admissions website, Brandeis is a school of freethinking intellectuals. However, this statement is inconsistent with the events that took place last Wednesday. Midday, Mark Brier was kicked off campus and threatened… Read More...

The case against Harriet Miers

I, like many of my more legally interested brethren of all ideological spectrums, waited with eager anticipation for George W. Bushs selection of a nominee to be Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court… Read More...

Give Miller the axe, reporters a shield

The nation has been abuzz about the testimony of New York Times reporter Judy Miller. She recently answered questions before a grand jury empanelled to investigate the leak of Valerie Plames name to the public.… Read More...

The economics of genocide and ineffectiveness of STAND

The national STAND (Student Taking Action Now: Darfur) organization believes that increasing consciousness about the crisis in Darfur both in the United States and abroad will lead to an end of the ethnic cleansing. While… Read More...
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