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Alum’s life passion to combat deforestation

Steve poses with his stuffed monkey during his application video. Photo courtesy of Steve Patriarco“I could walk right over [to the counter] and come back with 30 different things that include palm oil as an… Read More...

Coping, or something like it

It’s been one entire year. I wish I could tell you that I don’t cry anymore, that I don’t go to call her and that I don’t feel like I’m drowning in life. It’s been… Read More...

Experiencing a masterpiece: Monet’s ‘Waterlilies’ in Paris, France

During my semester in Copenhagen, I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to travel across Europe and treat it as a classroom as accompanied by professors, I discover new cities. In my study abroad program, you are… Read More...

Happily unmarried

Unless you’re a serial dater or got married to your high school sweetheart, there comes a time in everyone’s life when they’re going to feel like the only single person in a world full of… Read More...

Brandeis theater community shows it cares

GRAPHIC BY Ariel Wittenberg/The HootMany students attend Brandeis in the hopes of gaining an education that will allow them to make a positive impact on the world in the future, but a group of Brandeis… Read More...

While abroad, Brandeisian finds hope amid Chilean disaster

As she slept in her hotel room on the last night of her study abroad orientation in Valparaiso and Vina del Mar, Chile on Feb. 28, Quinn Lockwood ’11 felt the shocks of one of… Read More...

After shock: Students react to Chilean earthquake

The reverberations of last week’s 8.8 earth quake in Chile are being felt at Brandeis. The earthquake, one of the largest to ever hit the South American country, hit in the early morning hours and… Read More...

Top ten date spots near campus

ILLUSTRATION BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot10. Dinner at Legal Sea Foods, Kendall Square A Boston original, Legal Sea Foods is a place to experience real New England cuisine. It’s the type of place you can go… Read More...

An interview with Brandeis University’s most recognized alum

PHOTOS BY Max Shay/The HootHaving graduated 35 years ago this May, Thomas Friedman ’75 is not only one of Brandeis’ most famous alumni, but also one of the world’s foremost columnists, journalists and authors. One… Read More...

JBS: Sneak Peak

On Nov. 6, Dean of Arts and Sciences Adam Jaffe approved eight Justice Brandeis Semester (JBS) programs for. Below is an overview of the JBS programs that have been approved for summer 2010. Specifics about… Read More...
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