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The Hoot’s Thanksgiving pie battle

Last Thanksgiving, we all wrote about our favorite Thanksgiving foods. This year we thought about writing on the worst Thanksgiving food but realized that we would have a huge article about turkey. Instead, we bring… Read More...

No Mom, I don’t have a drinking problem: Mellow Corn corn whiskey

Author’s note: I get my information by constantly asking my managers at Gordon’s questions while I’m stocking shelves, making pull lists or counting my drawer. I don’t know where they get their information and I… Read More...

Oh, the places we’ll go!

As we prepare to depart for the winter, I am becoming increasingly weary of the bleak effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Even if it is a couple months too late to mark the occasion of… Read More...

Dunkin’s spicy disappointment

It seems as though most chains have been busy creating new menu items, and of course we are here to try them all. Up next on our list are Dunkin’s new donuts, the Spicy Pepper… Read More...

Academic amnesty is a must

As the end of this semester nears, the thought of receiving grades seems beyond ridiculous to me. While it’s been three and a half months of continuous work, exams and essays, I am more than… Read More...

Why am I here?: life updates

Here we are, another old column back by popular demand! Except this time popular demand means my girlfriend saying, “remember that terrible idea you had for a column last year, yeah bring that old corpse… Read More...

SSIS advice column

Welcome back to the SSIS column, where we answer any and all of Brandeis students’ questions about sex, sexuality, identity and relationships. If you have a question you’d like answered in our next column, email… Read More...

On motivation

We’re back here again. Although this time around we knew it was coming, at the end of this week Brandeis will switch to an all-remote format for the final week of classes and final exams.… Read More...

Stop telling Southerners they deserve to die

Liberals and leftists are too quick to dismiss the South—to write it off as a hopeless wasteland. Northeasterners love to joke that the South should just secede again, or even worse, suggest that they deserve… Read More...

In defense of self-operated dining at Brandeis

It is a supreme irony that Brandeis promotes its alumnus Angela Davis ’65, one of the most important political prisoners of the 20th century. It is a supreme irony that Brandeis employs professor David Weil… Read More...
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