Understanding party polarization in 2020 and beyond

As former United States president Abraham Lincoln famously said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Although the context of this speech emphasized a tumultuous time in our history, the same concept can be applied today. Our nation has divided once again, not in militarized conflict but rather in politics. We have an ideological gap […]

Rally gathers for advocacy of menstrual equity

Oct. 19 was the first ever National Period Day in history. The global nonprofit PERIOD created it this year, and it was celebrated with over 60 rallies in the U.S. and three other countries. In Massachusetts, this rally took place at Boston City Hall Plaza.  Linzy Rosen ’22 was the lead rally organizer and had […]

Brandeis president among signatories to letter raising awareness on visa processing delays

Brandeis University President Ron Liebowitz was among 43 presidents of colleges and universities who signed a letter addressed to the Massachusetts Congressional delegation that raised awareness for recent delays in visa processing for foreign-born students, along with more delays in programs connecting these students to employers in the U.S.  According to the letter, delays in […]