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Brandeis dining services to host new events

Dining hall food is often a contentious issue at Brandeis. Some students see the dining hall as a necessity, while others forgo the service entirely, opting instead to cook for themselves. In an effort to… Read More...

Brandeis students dedicated to service, even abroad

Being a student at an elite institution has its benefits. However, we often forget the importance of giving back. This week, The Brandeis Hoot caught up with Takisha J. Edwards ’17 and Natalia Gonzalez ’19.… Read More...

Brandeis Television spreads visual media over the airwaves

Much of Brandeis media centers around written periodicals like the newspapers, leaving Brandeis Television (BTV) out of the mix. BTV provides students with a television outlet that focuses on student life as well as featured… Read More...

Fall semester JBS opens program to wide audience

Every year during course selection, we as Brandeisians go through the monotonous process of finding the classes that meet our academic needs. With the intense pressure of fulfilling major requirements, we are often pigeonholed into… Read More...

Virtual Reality Club pushes technological boundaries

When the phrase virtual reality comes to mind, we may think of advanced video games or very complex data visualizations. Despite these misconceptions, Brandeis has introduced a new club to educate the community on this… Read More...

Anthropology course digs up knowledge in Concord

Every Friday, 15 students and two professors drive out to Concord and unearth remnants of what is rumored to be a bunker of prisoners of war from World War II that traces to colonial time.… Read More...

Shira Chadasha provides new Jewish outlet

For most members of Brandeis who identify with the Modern Orthodox movement, standard procedure tells them to go to services at the Orthodox Minyan. However, for those who want another option to fill their needs,… Read More...

Brandeis’ gift of life

A campus ambassador for Gift of Life, Rebecca Siegel ’16 is committed to the fight against cancer. This non-profit organization is “dedicated to saving lives and facilitating bone marrow and blood stem cell transplants for… Read More...

New Sherman, a spread of perspectives

Of all the buildings on campus, the dining halls might be among the most used by the student body. Over the summer, the Sherman Dining Hall received a complete renovation. Part of the renovation involved… Read More...

A behind-the-scenes look at Orientation

After a long summer break, Brandeis students have finally returned to school, where new faces have flooded the campus. In order to help mitigate the uncomfortable transition from a different educational setting, first-year and transfer… Read More...
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