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The Djokovic disqualification and its greater impact on tennis

Dominic Thiem has officially been crowned the winner of the 2020 U.S. Open. For only the fifth time in sixteen years, the champion of the tournament was someone other than Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or… Read More...

Brandeis Closet – A page for Brandeis Students to express themselves through fashion

From ripped jeans to basic hoodies to full-on pizza onesies, Brandeis students sport a wide variety of outfits and fashion types across campus. As a well-rounded and unique student body, it’s no surprise that a… Read More...

‘Lucifer’ season 5 review

Warning: this article contains spoilers from Netflix’s “Lucifer” season 5 Full of celestial action, intense revelations and a certain introduction that viewers will not want to miss, “Lucifer” surprised fans in many ways this season,… Read More...

Professors go on strike to protest racial injustice in American higher education

Brandeis faculty members joined professors across the country in a two-day strike to draw attention to racial injustice in American higher education on Sep. 8. Professors walked out of their academic duty and implemented their… Read More...

Sliding belief in American politics

As the United States heads into the November election, an increasing sense of frenzy has permeated the news field with daily revelations of scandals, severe liberal critiques of the current administration, conservative bashings of Biden… Read More...

We want to hear from our Union

Over the past two weeks, Brandeis students have voted in two delayed spring elections—elections that were shifted to the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic—to elect new members of the 2020-2021 Brandeis Student Union. As… Read More...

Students help Students with Brandeis Mutual Aid Fund

The Brandeis Mutual Aid Fund provides financial, mental health, transportation and food support through anonymous means. This fund is not a charity or a means to help the “less fortunate,” and  is unaffiliated with Brandeis… Read More...

Black Action Plan seeks accountability from administration

The Black Action Plan is a list of concerns, demands and reforms to structurally change departments of the university to be more equitable, diverse and inclusive, according to the plan’s text. It hopes to create… Read More...

The underrated frozen hellscape that is AMC’s “The Terror”

Lost in the glow of “Better Call Saul” and “Breaking Bad,” AMC’s forgotten child, “The Terror,” remains one of the most underrated pieces of television ever ignored on the small screen. The 10 episode anthology… Read More...

The DNC needs to change

When a group’s leaders no longer represent its members, how long does it take before that group collapses? This question has lingered in my mind ever since the Democratic National Convention (DNC) sent out mixed… Read More...
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