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’Deis Cheer: Putting their lives in each other’s hands

Every Monday and Wednesday, a group of girls gathers in Gosman. They are tour guides, belly dancers, Student Union senators, lab assistants and members of Waltham Group. They all share one special bond—they are members… Read More...

Pie in the sky

The campus bakery will go into overdrive this week, preparing pies for the Brandeis community just in time for Thanksgiving. Each year, Dining Services organizes a pie sale to help make Thanksgiving an easier day… Read More...

The sophomore experience: a perfect balance (the teen)

GRAPHIC BY Leah Lefkowitz/The HootAs a sophomore, it’s easy to love being a Brandeis student. I haven’t yet started stressing about what to do with the rest of my life, but I’ve learned how to… Read More...

Brandeis, I really love you

Danielle Zipkin ’12 has created a short masterpiece. Inspired by movies like “Paris, Je T’aime” and “New York, I Love You,” Zipkin adapted several Brandeis love stories, submitted last year by students, into choreographed dances.… Read More...

Lending a hand

 Last spring a committee met to devise ways to brighten Brandeis’ spirits. After several long months of difficult changes, the group wanted to find small things that could bring the Brandeis community together. Several months… Read More...

First-year bids his way to world champion title

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The HootAdam Grossack ’14 has started the process of forming a bridge club at Brandeis, but he plans to serve as a mentor, rather than a competitor. He’s had enough experience competing… Read More...

The witching hour

PHOTO BY Haley Fine/The HootHalloween is synonymous with free candy, crazy costumes, scary decorations and jack-o-lanterns. It is a time when all inhibitions are put on hold, and everyone can be a princess or Jedi… Read More...

All the small things: Brandeis continues to support sustainability with small acts

In front of the Science Center, there is a lawn that isn’t watered or cut. It is the university’s first foray into xeriscaping, an environmentally friendly method of landscaping that reduces the need for upkeep.… Read More...

Brandeis Sailing Goes North

Meghan Breslin-Jewer ’11 was an athlete all through high school, but she didn’t want to participate in a varsity sport when she got to Brandeis. She was at the activities fair when she discovered the… Read More...

Israeli dancers get ‘together’

Micky Waks ’13 is loud, crazy and energetic, and she recently became the president of B’yachad, Brandeis’ semi-professional Israeli Dance Troupe. B’yachad is among the groups performing this year at the Fall Fest Variety Show,… Read More...
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