Tag: Social Justice

  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

    Brandeis is a school committed to many things, one of which is social justice. A good way to get thinking about social justice is through art and satire. This evening and tomorrow afternoon the Brandeis Official Readers’ Guild will be presenting a rendition of Douglas Adams’s radio play The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. It […]

  • Further Thoughts

    Having further thought about, and discussed at great length, The MSA Incident and the subsequent fallout and reaction, I’d like to offer some clarifications and updates to my earlier post. Firstly, I’m really really proud to see the reaction this campus has had. Sahar’s open letter and the responses to the facebook events clearly indicate […]

  • Social Justice != internships

    I’m reading an article in the Hoot about the proposed Justice Brandeis Semesters. I really wish we knew more about them. I’m also really confused by this quote: Despite its monetary origins, Jaffe said that the JBS is not motivated solely by the university’s financial crisis. “What this is doing is giving us the opportunity […]