The ending of the Brandeis quarantine experience

On March 25 at 12 a.m., I was released from a 10-day quarantine in my room. Now this article is meant to be used as a comparison as to how I thought this was going to go before I was put in here. So to bring you all up to speed my mental state can […]

Decolonizing the mind

As I develop my political thinking more and more throughout my college experience at Brandeis, I have become increasingly supportive, and aware, of the importance of decolonization as a remedy to the human rights terror that plagues our modern world. While liberal thinking has gained popularity and dominance, the effects of historical colonialism still has […]

In the Senate, March 21

UPDATED: March 27, 9:30 p.m. The Senate passed a vote to charter the Brandeis University Consulting Club (BUCC) after the club had attempted, but failed, to be chartered last semester. The club has made connections with the nine largest consulting firms within the United States and intends to use its chartered status to promote events […]

Photo I.D. required at testing facilities, take swab samples in private, new shuttle service

The university will begin to check student’s I.D. cards at testing sites, according to an email sent to the Brandeis Community on March 19 by Assistant Provost of Strategic Initiatives Morgan Bergman. The new policy comes in response to multiple instances of students impersonating friends and submitting their sample, according to the email.  All community […]

BAASA event gives healing space for students affected by Anti-Asian racism

Student leaders of the Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA) put together an event on Anti-Asian racism and violence which has escalated in the United States, days after the attacks in Atlanta, offering a place for healing for students affected by the trauma. The co-presidents of BAASA Juliana Hyojoo An ’21 and Ellie Kleiman ’21, […]

‘New Short Films from Germany’ panel connects young filmmakers over Zoom

On Thursday, March 18, the Center for German and European Studies (CGES) held a virtual panel called “New Short Films from Germany,” one of many such events it has held to support artists during the pandemic. The webinar was produced in partnership with the Goethe-Institut Boston and was hosted by Benedikt Reynolds ‘19, a Brandeis […]

‘The One’ makes you question everything about love

Given that this pandemic has turned many of us touch-starved yearners of human beings, the Netflix show “The One” is a wonderful addition to the mix of today’s pop culture. This show, which now hovers at number eight for Netflix’s Top 10 Most Watched, is based on the novel of the same name by John […]