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Cloning myself?

It is that exciting time of the year again. You know the time I’m talking about. The one during which you are running around like a chicken with its head cut off because early registration… Read More...

A holistic view on digital culture

With social media becoming a larger part of everyday life in the contemporary world, the sphere of digital anthropology has been growing and becoming more important. Digital Cultures (ANTH 138A) taught by Professor Brian Horton… Read More...

Majority of adult American Jewish pop. found in three states

There are almost 7.5 million Jewish-identifying individuals in the United States, according to a study published by the Steinhardt Social Research Institute in July 2019. The study added that Jewish people are also older and… Read More...

Brandeis alumna named Executive Director of Foundation to Combat Anti-Semitism

Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, named Dr. Rachel Fish, Ph.D. ’13 as Executive Director of the Foundation to Combat Anti-Semitism on Oct. 6, according to a JewishTimes article.  The foundation’s purpose is… Read More...

You’ve had millennia to get over it

I’ve never been much of an activist on menstrual issues or an activist at all really. Never really understood why people make such a big deal about something so… common? But with the first National… Read More...

I am confused. And cold.

It is a little early for April Fools; it is only October after all, so please take this with full seriousness. Only a few weeks ago it was 90 degrees outside, and around 50 degrees… Read More...

The Paradox of College

College is this funny thing. On one hand we are here to study, get a degree, and then go out and get a job. So the most important thing for you to do in college… Read More...

Brandeis ranks in U.S. News top universities, drops from last year’s rankings

Brandeis dropped in the U.S. News and World Report Best National University rankings from a tie for number 35 in 2019 to a tie for number 40 in the 2020 edition. Brandeis also ranked number… Read More...

On leaving the nest

I moved to Massachusetts a year and 18 days ago. Fun fact: I still misspell “Massachusetts” every single time. How and why I ended up at Brandeis is a story for another day; all you… Read More...

Brandeis 102

Even after weeks or months or years at Brandeis, chances are you will still not have the hang of everything, or just not know about everything that exists. Hopefully the second part of the instruction… Read More...
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