Student helps fundraise money for Minnesotan community

Following the murder of George Floyd, a lot of stores were looted or forced to close during the protests. This resulted in food insecurity in communities in Minnesota that already face various socioeconomic challenges: People in those areas were unable to access food that they needed as stores were closed.   Following the murder of George […]

‘folklore:’ fantastical little tales of love and loss

Taylor Swift’s “folklore” feels like that rare beam of sunlight that you quietly appreciate in the midst of a brewing thunderstorm—a story told in a small bedroom with the curtains drawn to keep out the rain and lightning. But outside of just feelings alone, Swift’s “folklore” is an absolute lyrical and musical masterpiece that has […]

Brandeis student sells handmade earrings for charity

Resin crafts have been a hit throughout the entire quarantine period. Many have taken to making cups, coasters and jewelry as a way to fill time or to make some extra money. Krupa Sourirajan ’23 has created her business using a slightly different idea. This summer, she has been selling resin earrings and donating the […]

Instagram account shares ‘unheard stories’ from Brandeis community members, university releases statement about anonymous forums

The Unheard Stories at Brandeis Instagram page (@unheard_stories_deis), an account that shares anonymous stories of community members’ experiences on campus, according to an Instagram story highlight, has garnered nearly twenty thousand followers and has posted over two hundred posts about misconduct on campus since its creation on June 27.  According to the page’s Instagram story […]

Fixing the Brandeis weekend

Following increased national discussion on progressivism and protests surrounding human rights, it is important to look at one of the biggest perpetrators of injustice in college culture: Greek life. Colleges constantly grapple with these issues, but often go without the same level of criticism levied at other institutions. Many conservatives consider higher education to be […]

An extrovert’s quarantine thoughts: Adam and Eve

Last time I wrote one of these articles, the Brandeis community had just been sent home as lockdowns began to occur around the world and in, well, certain parts of this beautiful country. But regardless, as introverts saw the world turn into a paradise of no social gatherings or events, myself and other extroverts became […]