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University should encourage lifelong learning

As I’ve started to apply for summer internships, I’ve not only found the whole process of looking for a summer activity, along with searching for an idea of a career for the rest … Read More...

Judges claim convincing victory against CMU

The Judges played strong as they rolled over Carnegie Mellon Tartans 59 to 44 in women’s basketball on Feb. 13. Guard Frankie Pinto ’17 brought the show on as she knocked down fo… Read More...

Brandeis Athletics coordinator tragically killed in car crash

She was 31 years old, and her colleagues described her as one of the warmest, most personable and most energetic individuals at Brandeis. Her coaches noted that she was a fantastic… Read More...

Crowd Control wants you to get in bed with their comedy

Crowd Control is easily one of Brandeis’ most popular improv groups. The Brandeis Hoot interviewed co-directors Danielle Balanov ’17 and Nicole Bunis ’16 in addition to b… Read More...

Students divulge insecurities through photo project

Leah Newman ’17, a double major in American studies and history with a minor in journalism, has been thinking a lot about insecurities this week, but not for the reasons one might … Read More...

COMIC: Nice Spring Breeze

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Imagine Dragons’ ‘Smoke + Mirrors’ amazes

“First comes the blessing of all that you dreamed/ But then comes the curses of diamonds and rings./ Only at first did it have its appeal/ But now you can’t tell the false from the … Read More...

Prof. Brooten awarded honorary doctorate in theology

Bernadette J. Brooten, the Myra and Robert Kraft and Jacob Hiatt Professor of Christian Studies, was recently awarded an honorary doctorate in theology from the University of Be… Read More...

Fencing faces tough competitors in Beanpot tournament

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, Brandeis hosted the annual Beanpot Tournament. The gym was packed with fencers from Brandeis, Harvard, Boston College and MIT.

Harvard was the champion of … Read More...

Newly appointed director of Student Rights and Community Standards starts off on a strong note

Kerry Guerard was appointed director of Student Rights and Community Standards this week. She takes on the role officially after having served as interim director.

In an email to … Read More...

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