Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: March 23rd, 2010

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Of the changes proposed by the Constitutional Review Committee, none received more discussion than the Union government restructuring — the elimination of the Senate and the creation of a smaller Assembly and a Club Support Board.  It was endorsed as a great way to improve Union government efficiency by a wide range of campus sources, […]

Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: March 10th, 2010

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The front page of this week’s Justice has, as its lead article, a story about the Constitutional Review Committee’s final report.  The article is well-written, comprehensive, and informative, and it’s accompanied by a nice, eye-catching picture.  The problem is that I don’t think anyone cares. The CRC is one of those topics that’s only interesting […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: November 1st, 2009

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The problem of Brandeis civil society cannot be solved merely by elections. We cannot shove elections down the throat of a mostly apathetic and uninformed populace: with a typical voting rate of 30%, Brandeis students vote less often than the population at large. The newspapers, which are the first line of defense for this sort […]

Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: April 9th, 2009

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If you could sum up successful interfaith dialogue in three words, what would they be? How about “Homies in Harmony”? If those aren’t quite the words you had in mind, then you clearly weren’t one of the organizers of last week’s Jews and Muslims Session: Homies in Harmony III.  I wish that I had been […]

Author: Adam Hughes


Posted on: March 26th, 2009

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I just got around to reading the Justice’s article about the State of the Union today, and one thing in particular really jumped out at me: “I think his speech was one of the most outstanding you can imagine from a student leader,” said Rena Olshansky ’56, a member of the Board of Trustees’ Students […]

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