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International students reflect on experiencing American culture on the Brandeis campus

Panel: A group of international undergraduate and graduate students discuss the culture shock faced when a foreign student first encounters American culture.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Yuan Yao/The Hoot</i>

Panel: A group of international undergraduate and graduate students discuss the culture shock faced when a foreign student first encounters American culture.
PHOTO BY Yuan Yao

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Experts discuss causes of Autism

A panel of experts on autism spectrum disorders discussed the possible causes of autism in a medical discussion that was held in conjunction with Autism Awareness Week on Monday.… Read More...

A broader definition of the word ‘mother’

Marguerite Bouvard, author of Mothers in All But Name, and Dr. Stephanie Wasserman, a foster parent and Professor of Psychology at Merrimack College, spoke Tuesday in Liberman M… Read More...

Solar panel installation under way on Gosman roof

Solar: Pressure cleaning of the roof of Gosman Sports and Convocation Center and construction of the solar panels began Thursday..<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Solar: Pressure cleaning of the roof of Gosman Sports and Convocation Center and construction of the solar panels began Thursday..
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

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Archives celebrates Abe Lincoln

<i>PHOTO BY Fizz Ahmad/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Fizz Ahmad/The Hoot

The annual Lillian L. Rolde Memorial Lecture series continued Monday with a lecture delivered by Professor John Burt (ENG) entitled, “Abraham Lin… Read More...

An interview with Brandeis University’s most recognized alum

<i>PHOTOS BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

PHOTOS BY Max Shay/The Hoot

Having graduated 35 years ago this May, Thomas Friedman ’75 is not only one of Brandeis’ most famous alumni, but also one of the world’s forem… Read More...

JBS: Sneak Peak

On Nov. 6, Dean of Arts and Sciences Adam Jaffe approved eight Justice Brandeis Semester (JBS) programs for.

Below is an overview of the JBS programs that have been approved for sum… Read More...

Men’s soccer finishes season with a loss

<i>PHOTO BY Lien Phung/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Lien Phung/The Hoot

As the minutes ran down the Judges stepped up their offensive pressure. It paid off in the 88th minute when Corey Bradley ’10 made the final goal of his … Read More...

Women’s basketball season preview

As the Judges return to the court after a record year last spring, the team seems ready for action. The women made it all the way to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Division III tournament f… Read More...

Women’s soccer advances to semi-finals in ECAC Tournament

The Judges had a perfect week, shutting out both their opponents to finish off the regular season with a win and take the quarterfinal round of the Eastern Conference Athletic Conf… Read More...

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