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Purim Megillah reading gives women voice

At Brandeis we see a lot of Jewish holidays. One of the most visible ones which comes around every spring is Purim. Purim attracts a lot of notice because it is so festive and because s… Read More...

Life after college (Don’t worry, it’s possible)

Every senior has heard the daunting question, what are you doing after college? As a senior, I am used to the question but I cannot help but feel defensive almost every time it is aske… Read More...

The senior experience: getting ready to leave (the elderly)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The Hoot

I have heard from various elders (a.k.a my mom) that the older you get the faster time goes. I never believed her as much as I have over the last few m… Read More...

Students rally for sanity

Before this weekend, I could not actively visualize a quarter million people because I had never been around that many people at once. But this Saturday, I managed to survive both a … Read More...

The influence of Bollywood

Professor Corey Creekmur from Iowa University came to Brandeis this Thursday, Oct. 28 as the first speaker in the 2009-2010 Soli Sorabjee Lecture series. This series approaches … Read More...

Novelists make the political personal

Book group: Novelist Jennifer Gilmore talked about her novel “Something Red,” which takes place at Brandeis.
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

The Creative Writing Department hos… Read More...

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