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Political poll reveals student reluctance to speak

At the beginning of the semester, The Brandeis Hoot Features Section put together of a list of questions we had about the Brandeis community. One question we felt particularly passionate about was whether or not… Read More...

Financial specialist discloses university budget

Financial consultant Kermit Daniel, speaking to Brandeis community members at a presentation on Thursday, Sept. 22, reported that because Brandeis is such a complex university without the size, wealth or specialties of its competitors, funding… Read More...

Student Financial Services: a look into work study – Grace Krumpack ’19

HSSP and biology or neuroscience double major, member of the varsity volleyball team, active participant in her off-campus church and devoted Waltham Group volunteer—this student scholar, Grace Krumpack ’19, finds peace in her work-study job… Read More...

Meet the DCL community

DCL: what we know and what we should know What is DCL? DCL is the Department of Community Living, or more specifically, the department responsible for residential life on the Brandeis campus. The umbrella of… Read More...

Faculty come together to support student activism

Twenty-six graduate and undergraduate programs issued statements proclaiming their support for students involved with Ford Hall 2015, including the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, the Faculty Senate, the Division of Science and various… Read More...

First-years reduce carbon footprint with sustainability contest

North Quad residents edged out those in Massell Quad in a month-long recycling and energy conservation competition dubbed the Sustainability Challenge, with Gordon Hall ultimately conserving the most energy of all first-year resident halls. Over… Read More...

Globe reporters discuss work uncovering clergy sex abuse scandal

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe journalists that covered the sex abuse scandal in the Boston Catholic Church spoke to a full room of over 240 on Tuesday, Nov. 10 about the importance of funding local… Read More...

In the Senate: Nov. 8

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In the Senate: Nov. 1

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A-Board proposes expansion amendment

Today students vote on modifications to the Allocations Board that would increase the number of students on the Board and offset elections to ensure there are always members on the Board who have gone through… Read More...
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