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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 some participants dress-up in elaborate … 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 asked of me. Somehow, I always … 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 months. Senior year has … 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 parking lot with approximately 10,000 people and 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 topics in South Asian studies from artistic and academic perspectives. The South Asian … 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 hosted the first of a three part series on Tuesday, April 13, with a discussion … Read More...

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