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I love cucumber fruit water!

I must admit that guzzling water is one of my favorite things to do. I stop at every water fountain I pass, and I do not take tentative sips. When I was a kid, I… Read More...

Getting your just desserts: the incontrovertible truth, part II

Sksksksk, fellow VSCO girls! I have just “ooped” into another rant (if I used that incorrectly, blame my mother for birthing me). Get ready to fill your Hydro Flasks with sugar and your tummies with… 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...

A Catholic at ‘Jewish Harvard’

If your eyes are immediately wondering what this article is because of the title, then I have old-timey click-baited you into reading this. Let’s face it: You’re this far into the article, which is literally… Read More...

A call for manners: please pick up

I would like to whole-heartedly thank Brandeis Confessions for being a wonderful source of inspiration and reminding us all about everything that is wrong with Brandeis.  The dining hall is a particular place in desperate… Read More...

Rose-colored vision

Last spring semester, I remember getting a call from my mom one day who told me that I should not come home because my dad had pink eye. Pink eye, formally known as conjunctivitis, is… Read More...

You don’t have to eat it for one day

The biggest question I always get from people when I tell them I have stopped eating meat is: Why? Their question is often followed by a long lecture about all the great benefits that come… Read More...

Wash your hands- avoid the stomach flu!

During my middle school years, my family and I would often go out to do grocery shopping. We would buy things like meats, fish and rice, but something we would do for special occasions is… Read More...

Getting your just desserts: the incontrovertible truth

Here’s the deal: I’ve got opinions, they’re better than yours (unless you agree entirely, then they are equally as good) and the world has a right to hear them. I’ve tried every dessert in the… Read More...

The double-standard of politics and its latest victim

Last year’s midterm elections deemed 2018 the “Year of the Woman,” with more women running and being elected into political office than ever before. As important as it is to commend this breakthrough and to… Read More...
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