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Sketch Comedy Festival connects BK with other college comedy groups

Boris’ Kitchen elicited much laughter from audience members at their 17th Annual Sketch Comedy Festival with students from Emerson’s Jimmy’s Traveling All-Stars, Cornell’s Humor Us and Skidmore’s Sketchies, on Friday, Dec. 2. They continued the… Read More...

Mid-Year Exhibition showcases senior artwork

Droves of art patrons filed into the Dreitzer Gallery of the Spingold Theater Center to admire the works of Brandeis students displayed at the Senior Mid-Year Exhibition on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Attendees were offered hors… Read More...

‘Messiah Sing’ honors annual traditions

The Shapiro Campus Center Atrium reverberated with holiday cheer, delicious snacks and festive music this Thursday, Dec. 8 as the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra and the University Chorus led a community-wide performance of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah.”… Read More...

BLC presents petition on working conditions to Sodexo

Students and workers filed into the office of Sodexo’s general manager on Tuesday and presented him a petition—with about 300 signatures—calling for Sodexo to ensure its workers receive their full 40 hours each week and… Read More...

Marketing analyst presents research findings on Brandeis

To present the most accurate and marketable image of Brandeis, the university should decide whether or not Brandeis is a Jewish institution, said Mark Neustadt, a marketing analyst with a specialized focus on the needs… Read More...

Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra performs timeless pieces

Saturday, Nov. 19, marked the beginning of the unofficial end-of-semester concert series at Slosberg, with the always well-anticipated performance of the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra. Composed, as the name suggests, by students from both Brandeis University and… Read More...

Petition circulates to make Brandeis a sanctuary campus

A petition calling on the administration to investigate the possibility of making Brandeis a sanctuary campus began circulating soon after the results of the presidential election were released. Addressed to University President Ronald Liebowitz, Provost… Read More...

Making Deroy Hall home

“If you have the opportunity to introduce yourself to her one day, then I recommend you take it!” said Ari Keigan ’18 about Olga Yanes. From 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Yanes works as a… Read More...

Not enough progress for free menstrual products

On Nov. 11, Brandeis Students for Reproductive Justice and Brandeis Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance authored a statement of progress for their menstrual product campaign and submitted it as an op-ed to The Brandeis Hoot, which… Read More...

Basement Records recognizes and fosters student talent

While some people dream of becoming the next big name in the music industry, Avi Hirshbein ’19 is more interested in the behind the scenes work. Last year he created Basement Records, a music platform… Read More...
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