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Fencing impresses at Duke Invitational and the Beanpot

This past Saturday the men’s fencing team went 2-3 at the Duke Invitational, finishing in a tie for third place. The Judges defeated Johns Hopkins for the second week in a row, 17-… Read More...

Women’s fencing continues to struggle in competition

This past weekend at the Duke Invitational the Brandeis women’s fencing team struggled, going 1-4 with three of their four losses against nationally ranked teams. The Judges… Read More...

Cold shooting dooms Judges as their losing skid grows to four

The Brandeis women’s basketball team has further fallen down the UAA standings after dropping both games this past weekend, a 53-48 loss to Emory and a 53-37 loss to 11th-ranked … Read More...

Brown and Warwick lead men and women’s track and field

Brandeis track and field athletes turned in exceptional showings at the 2012 Boston University Valentine’s Day Invitational during the past weekend.

Distance runner Kate Wa… Read More...

Who’s annoyed with ‘Ordinary’ Virginia Woolf?

To be fair, I have read about two pages of Virginia Woolf’s work, specifically two pages of “Mrs. Dalloway.” From those two pages, I gathered that party planning was a big dea… Read More...

Vagina love for ‘The Vagina Monologues’

“The Vagina Monologues,” performed on-campus last weekend, was a beautiful show. “Monologues,” presented this year by 30 young women, is an annual tradition at Brande… Read More...

The Hoot Valentine's Day playlist

The Hoot editorial board has chosen these songs for its Valentine’s Day playlist. Whether in love or alone, we hope you enjoy these picks.

For lovebirds:
1. “As Long as You… Read More...

Romney on students’ mind

As Massachusetts and the primary here nears, Mitt Romney, recent losses aside, is still the front-runner in the Republican nomination race. Brandeis students have varying reas… Read More...

Brandeis National Committee to honor Marion Levin

Marion Levin has been fundraising for Brandeis University for nearly 50 years. Then living in Chicago, she was inspired by Brandeis University’s message of equality and progr… Read More...

Hiatt communications forum braves tough economy

Students from Brandeis and other regional universities were provided the opportunity to network with corporate leaders and international agencies at the second annual Commun… Read More...

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