WSRC director reflects on project dissecting German ‘anti-anti-Semitism’

Shulamit Reinharz, director of the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC), screened a film of her time in Germany on Thursday afternoon, March 19 exploring a phenomenon she calls “anti-anti-Semitism.” In October 2013, Reinharz went to Germany to see the town where her father lived, Gunzenhousen, and meet with a group of students taking an active […]

Eliana’s Advice: Dealing with messy roommates

Dear Eliana, My roommate regularly leaves litter on my desk. I’ve asked him to dispose of it properly instead of using my desk as a landfill, but he didn’t listen. How do I get him to take out the trash? –Trashy’s Roommate Dear Trashy’s Roommate, That is an unfortunate situation. If your roommate is going […]

Taiwanese Student Association brings comedy to campus with improv

On Wednesday, March 18, I had a great time at the Improv Night put on by the Taiwanese Student Association, and organized by Austin Luor ’17 and Emily Wu ’18. I had never been to a TSA event before, and I was extremely pleased with the atmosphere there. Everyone I talked to was welcoming and […]

Deis3D generating competitive, collective spirit

On Saturday, March 7, Deis3D participated in a 3D Printathon from 10:30 a.m. until the next day. Along with MIT, Olin College of Engineering, University of Connecticut and Columbia University, Deis3D consecutively printed for 24 hours, working together with high schoolers from Waltham to teach them printing skills and let them use a 3D printer, […]