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A day in the life of a Brandeis athlete: Andrea Bolduc ’21

This new column will highlight a different student-athlete each week, striving to unearth what the hectic life of a Brandeis athlete entails. With this in mind, such a collection of stories will serve as a… Read More...

Please let me swipe into Linsey, and other Gosman qualms

As the president of the Ballet Club and a previous member of Adagio Dance Company, I have spent many, many hours in the Linsey building of Gosman. For those unfamiliar with the gym, Linsey is… Read More...

Recordings of Brandeis alumnus given to archives

Brandeis alum and activist Abbot “Abbie” Hoffman ’59 may have been a prominent protestor against the Vietnam war in the 1960s, but his work went largely undocumented in the Brandeis Archives. That was until August… Read More...

Working toward a more inclusive Brandeis

Last week during her keynote address, Dr. Blanca Vega ’98 called Brandeis a “white space” that does not acknowledge minority groups. Brandeis’ founding in 1948 is rooted in a set of Jewish history and experiences.… Read More...

The women of ‘Hustlers’ make money moves

It’s 2007, and strip clubs are having a kind of cultural moment. As we see in the opening of  “Hustlers,” that means the dancers are wearing designer furs and leather boots, and the customers, former… Read More...

HAWP aims to teach campus about health and wellness

After a decade away from her alma mater, Leah Berkenwald ’07 is back as the Wellness Promotion Program Manager for Health and Wellness Promotion (HAWP).  HAWP helps to coordinate campus-wide health and wellness efforts through… Read More...

Making the 24-Hour Musical: a behind-the-scenes look

Allow me to clear up some technicalities for you sticklers out there. No, “The 24 Hour Musical” is not literally made in 24 hours. That isn’t the point. Loads of time and labor are put… Read More...

Ali Hagani ’22 advocates for women’s rights, political activism

Since coming to Brandeis over a year ago, Alison Hagani ’22 has always wanted to make a change not only on campus but in the country. She is majoring in sociology with minors in legal… Read More...

Hopes for positive change

UPDATED: 9/16, 2:10 p.m. With all the changes happening within the Student Union and university administration, we as an editorial board are unsure of how these internal instabilities will affect the student body. The administration… Read More...

Democratic nominees vs. climate change. Who won?

It is becoming more and more apparent that we are in a climate emergency. People of all ages across the world are standing up and urging others to join them in making the difference to… Read More...
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