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Mindful clubs help students decompress

Take a few slow breaths. Place both feet on the floor and feel your body loosen. Draw your attention to how your body feels—the temperature, the comfort level, the depth of your breath. Let your… Read More...

Club Spotlight: SCRAM

Have you been to The Rose Art Museum yet? Marked by the iconic Light of Reason sculpture by Chris Burden, The Rose was founded in 1961 and, according to its website, is dedicated to “collecting,… Read More...

Coffee campaign: students petition for better brew

It’s no secret that college campuses run on coffee. From a quick cup to get students through a lecture to caffeine-fueled all nighters, everyone seems to have their preference when it comes to their go-to… Read More...

Hiatt engages with all members of the campus community

The Hiatt Career Center, located in the Usdan Student Center, is a resource for both students and alumni that assists with searching for jobs and internships, checking resumes and cover letters and much more. As… Read More...

Reflecting on Nobel Prize winners

With the recent awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Brandeis professor Michael Rosbash (BIOL) and professor emeritus of biology Jeffrey Hall for their work on circadian rhythms, The Brandeis Hoot explored… Read More...

Students assist with research on campus

Brandeis is known for its high level research, among many other things. Students at Brandeis can get involved in research even from their first year, both as a stepping stone towards their future careers and… Read More...

Kindness Day spreads positivity on campus

For the past eight years, Nov. 9 has been known as Kindness Day at Brandeis. Kindness Day gives students the chance to send personalized cards to their friends, show appreciation for faculty and staff and… Read More...

Club Spotlight: SSIS

The Student Sexuality Information Service, otherwise known as SSIS, is an important student resource tucked away on the third floor of the SCC in room 328. While it might be slightly difficult to find your… Read More...

Sneak Peek of ENG 134A: Going Public: Women Authors Before Austen

Professor Jennifer Reed (ENG) is a Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Eighteenth Century Studies at Brandeis University. She has taught at Brandeis since Fall 2016, and is excited to teach a special one-time offering of… Read More...

MLK Fellowship teaches leadership and importance of community service

Brandeis has many different types of fellowships to assist students both financially and academically, including the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Fellowship Program (MLK). Elizabeth Rotolo is the Assistant Director for Academic Fellowships at Brandeis,… Read More...
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