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A hack for progress

Ben Segal '20 and his team recently won HackHarvard. Their winning pitch was a technological solution to waste disposal called EcoSoft. 


Identity Awareness

A group of panelists discussed the challenges of combating domestic abuse. For many, the issue is hard to talk about and for even more, talking to others about experiences with an abusive partner is too painful.


Planting Happiness

Randy Skolnick sells plants to college students across the Northeast. But for him, selling to Brandeis students is a unique experience. 


Crazy Stupid Trade

Two professors from Brandeis and one professor from Tufts debated the merits of Trump's trade wars and the implications of the recent parliamentary elections in Bavaria.


A maxim for people with a sweet tooth

When he was just in high school, Max LeBlanc '22 founded his own dessert shop in Maine. But, as his academic load in college builds, the ins and outs of running the shop have put Max's convictions to the test. 


Not So Trivial

Thursday night is Trivia Night, the time for Brandeis students to display their knowledge of history, art and science. For others, it's a time for relaxation and making new friends from unexpected corners of campus. 


Bagels Change Lives

Bagels have become ubiquitous in American Life, from Dunkin Donuts to the corner deli. They are so important in fact, that a wrong bagel order could carry serious consequences.


The Underground Barista

Ben LoCasio '20 sat down with the Justice to talk about how his passion for coffee fueled his first business venture-- Cafe Undergrounds. He has big plans for the Cafe this semester. 


Don’t Pull Any Punches

Brandeis Boxing Club president, Sonor Sereeter '19 talks about the about the club's humble beginnings, the motivations of it's members, and where its heading.


“N U Y O R I C A N”

This is the fifth installment of “For Us by Us: The Untold Stories of People of Color on Campus.” I wanted to write this piece to highlight people of color on campus. To create a space for our accomplishments, hardships and experiences. To be recognized and acknowledged. To expose ourselves to other cultures, religions and to each other. To realize that we are not alone in our experiences or on this campus. To continue these forms of communication and to hopefully develop new ones.


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