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Voyeurism in East Quad continues despite locks on bathroom doors

UPDATED 5/8 

A student reported an incident of voyeurism in East Quad last month, the eighth reported incident in the past three academic years and the fifth reported incident si… Read More...

Ron Liebowitz prepares to take office as Brandeis University’s next president

President-elect Ron Liebowitz will take office as the next president of Brandeis on July 1 and hopes to engage groups from students and faculty to alumni in shaping the future of th… Read More...

Nyah Macklin reflects on presidency, inaugurates new Student Union

This Tuesday, now-Former Student Union President Nyah Macklin ’16 reflected on her presidency and inaugurated union officials, including now-President David Herbstritt … Read More...

Composting rate rises nine percent as Univ. implements campus-wide initiatives

As the semester draws to a close, it marks a busy year for sustainability improvements at Brandeis. Last July, Mary Fischer began her term as Brandeis’ manager of sustainabilit… Read More...

The Brandeis Hoot’s Opinion section presents: Senior Reflections

You will notice that in this week’s issue of The Brandeis Hoot, there are no opinions articles. This week, we will be using the space to feature pieces that a handful of seniors hav… Read More...

Prof. Jasmine Johnson (AAAS, WGSS) wins award for inspired teaching, discusses student engagement

Professor Jasmine Johnson (AAAS/WMGS) has received an award, in part, for inspired teaching, but one of her most inspiring teachers was Ula Taylor, an African-American studies Read More...

Tennis finishes season with senior day

Last week the Brandeis women’s tennis team closed their 2015-2016 season. On Wednesday they dominated against Endicott College, held on strong Friday at Babson and then finis… Read More...

Liberal Arts Education at Brandeis Contributes to the Constant Improvement of David Libang Huang’s Professional Works

I am an international student from Beijing, China, and my undergraduate studies officially began here at Brandeis University in Aug. 2012. How time flies. Almost four years have … Read More...

Prof. Sarah Lamb (ANTH) wins teaching and mentoring award, offers advice to students

Anthropology Professor Sarah Lamb won the Lerman-Neubauer ’69 Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring.

The most common piece of advice Lamb gives her students is “to … Read More...

Battery empty, bucket full

There’s an old saying that we use to describe the feeling that you get at the end of a session at summer camp that goes “battery empty, bucket full.” Although there is no litera… Read More...

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