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Letter to the Editor: ‘deis IMPACT!

On behalf of The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (ODEI), we write to share our apologies to students, faculty and staff negatively impacted by the ‘deis IMPACT! “Immigration Court: An Experiential Program” proposal process.… Read More...

Achieving true social justice

Last year, I was sitting in one of the lounges in my dormitory building when a group of students started sitting in a circle on the other side of the room. While overhearing their conversations,… Read More...

Hip-hop: The modern American Dream

“They had grown up to find all Gods dead, all wars fought, all faiths in man shaken…” If you can recognize this quote it means you paid attention during high school English class and I… Read More...

From the president’s desk

For Brandeis, the Student Union and myself—as a person and president—this past year has been a year of extreme highs and lows. I am not naive. I know that many people are not pleased with… Read More...

Senior reflections on the Brandeis student-athlete experience

This past weekend, I competed in my final men’s tennis UAA conference tournament in Altamonte Springs, Florida. I’ve experienced over 70 Brandeis tennis dual matches in my time here, but none have compared to the… Read More...

Building from the ground up

My freshman year, I arrived on campus two weeks early. The campus was empty, except for the men’s and women’s soccer teams and the volleyball team. I got recruited to come to Brandeis for volleyball… 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...

Respect student journalism: mic drop

Campus journalism is vital at any university. Maybe I sound biased, as someone who has worked on The Brandeis Hoot the past four years. But if anything, my experience with The Hoot has shown me… Read More...

Louis D. Brandeis: abolish the Board of Trustees

Divestment does not go far enough; we must divest ourselves of the Board of Trustees. Each day our community does not act, climate change becomes ever more irreversible, our university profits off of a principally… Read More...

Advocacy for policy change: powering us through politically empowered renewables

Combating the climate crisis is not contingent on whether people believe the science or not, it is contingent on political will. Historically, energy reform has been led primarily by entrepreneurship and the private sector, but… Read More...
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