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Web-series “Proper Bantah” wants you to step out of your comfort zone

“I hate being at the center of attention, so it’s kind of weird that I have a talk show,” said Rasheed Peters ’20 last Friday evening at the premiere of his new show, “Proper Bantah.”… Read More...

Track & field succeeds at Bowdoin Invitational

Brandeis track and field was back in action in their second meet of the semester at Bowdoin College. The women led the way finishing in fourth place of the six teams competing with 71 points,… Read More...

New Title IX proposal fails to support survivors

Unfortunately, though unsurprisingly, in November of last year, the Department of Education headed by Secretary Betsy Devos proposed changes to Title IX, the law which prohibits sex discrimination in educational programs. The proposed rule would… Read More...

Helping young adults defy the odds: The Samfund

Everything happens for a reason. Right? Sometimes, the powers of the universe throw curveballs that are oftentimes unexplainable. Sam Eisenstein Watson ’01, MBA ’06, was thrown quite the curveball by life. And she ran with… Read More...

Accessibility forum should have prioritized students

This past Tuesday’s forum addressing accessibility on campus was a good start by the administration to begin the conversation of poor accessibility on campus, but fell short of meeting student expectations and setting specific goals.… Read More...

Meet the winter election candidates

Executive Board: Secretary Simran Tatuskar ’21 Tatuskar is currently co-chair for the Health and Safety Committee on the Union and has been a part of many projects through her position, including getting condoms put in… Read More...

In support of a decentralized, intersectional Women’s March

There is nowhere you should be this Saturday aside from the Women’s March. This year’s Boston march centers around the theme, “Until All Voices Are Heard.” While it is bound to not be as large… Read More...

Rest in peace, Schuster Institute

Lamentably, after 14 years of investigative reporting at Brandeis, the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism closed its doors in December 2018. According to an email from Provost Lisa Lynch announcing the closure, the Schuster Institute… Read More...

Men’s and women’s track and field start indoor season strong

The Brandeis men’s and women’s track and field team started their indoor season this past weekend at home at the annual Reggie Poyau Memorial Invitational, in honor of former athlete Reggie Poyau. The men’s and… Read More...

Brandeis ‘springboard funding’ plan to pay for projects, maintenance

Brandeis will increase its endowment spending from 5.7 percent to 6.2 percent each year to partially fund a $73 million “springboard funding” plan to pay for operational costs and capital projects, according to an email… Read More...
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