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BZA shows Israeli culture through food

The Brandeis Zionist Association held their annual musical social event, “Israel Gourmet Buffet,” Monday in Ridgewood Commons. Taking place during Israeli Occupation Aw… Read More...

BEMCo teaches campus AED use

Six automated external defibrillators (AED) were installed around campus this week, and the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo) is offering a two-and-a-half hour class f… Read More...

Rothchild advocates divestment from Israel

PHOTO BY Ingrid Schulte/The Hoot

A small group of people met on Tuesday night for an intimate discussion with Alice Rothchild on the possibility of utilizing a BDS-boycott, dives… Read More...

Krauss approves new block schedule

Provost Marty Krauss has approved the recommended changes to the course times proposed by the Block Scheduling Committee. She announced via e-mail that the new time slot schedul… Read More...

The first-year experience: a sense of belonging (the baby)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The Hoot

Being a first-year in college is certainly a different experience than being in high school, yet somehow it still feels natural. Instead of wal… Read More...

The sophomore experience: a perfect balance (the teen)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The Hoot

As a sophomore, it’s easy to love being a Brandeis student. I haven’t yet started stressing about what to do with the rest of my life, but I’… Read More...

The junior experience: getting there (the adult)

GRAPHIC BY Leaf Lefkowitz

Being a junior at Brandeis is like having a mid-life crisis. Now, more than halfway through my time at Brandeis, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel… Read More...

The senior experience: getting ready to leave (the elderly)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The Hoot

I have heard from various elders (a.k.a my mom) that the older you get the faster time goes. I never believed her as much as I have over the last few m… Read More...

Talking Shakespeare with the director of ‘The Winter’s Tale’

GRAPHIC BY ­Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot

Complex villains, tormented heroes and heroines, conspiracies, betrayals—and let’s not forget that famous scene in which a man get… Read More...

Beauty in contrasts: Brandeis alumna and poet-in-resident read selections from their works

PHOTO BY Ingrid Schulte/The Hoot

Alumna Melissa Buckheit and Brandeis poet-in-residence Rebecca Seiferle read their poetry as part of the Creative Writing Department’s Sch… Read More...

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