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Fall in love with ‘Lover’

At this point, I have listened to Taylor Swift’s “Lover” album more times than I can count. I can confirm that this is the best album of 2019. This album is the sunset on a… Read More...

Bye bye beach

When you grow up in Florida, you learn a few things. First, if you’re being chased by an alligator, run in a zig-zag instead of a straight line. Second, any temperature under fifty degrees is… Read More...

For a healthier option, stream ‘Lover’

If you’re reading this, it’s August 23rd! The Brandeis Hoot is back for its first issue of the new school year, but more importantly, the new Taylor Swift album just dropped. I haven’t even listened… Read More...

‘ME!’ is a straight up bop

Taylor Swift’s new song “ME!” is the purest strain of bubblegum pop. Fitting with the first release of her past two albums, Taylor Swift went for a song that she knew would be stuck in… Read More...

Prof. lecture on sexual violence in Israeli culture

A Brandeis professor spoke about her discoveries from the research she conducted in preparation for her second novel, which “explores literary articulation of sexual assault in modern… Israeli culture,” she said. Professor Szobel, Associate Professor… Read More...

Panel showcases women in politics

Two Massachusetts state senators and a Kentucky state representative discussed their journeys into politics, lives as politicians and political engagement at the state level. Massachusetts State Senators Diana DiZoglio and Cindy Friedman and Kentucky State… Read More...

Author discusses the red state paradox, research in Louisiana

A professor emerita of the University of California, Berkeley discussed her research process and novel about understanding Southern politics on Thursday. Arlie Russell Hochschild, professor emerita of University of California, Berkeley spoke about “Strangers in… Read More...

‘Evelyn Hugo’ is your next must read

Twitter user @jamishelves said it best with her Tweet: “‘The Seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo’ has united the book community. I said it. It’s on everyone’s best of 2018 list. Book Twitter loves it, Y.A.… Read More...

Rachel Lynn Solomon avoids sophomore slump with new book, ‘Our Year Of Maybe’

When I got my copy of “Our Year of Maybe,” I was ecstatic. A book with two Jewish leads, I didn’t know how it could get any better. But Solomon’s book is full of surprises,… Read More...
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