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Drop it like it’s H.O.T.

The rhythm of tap shoes, the enthusiasm of performance and the thrill of original choreography all combine when Hooked on Tap dancers are onstage. The only group of its kind on campus, Hooked On Tap,… Read More...

Arguello ’17 secures position with General Electric

For most students, getting a job after graduating that is not only relevant to one’s career goals but also exciting, is merely wishful thinking. Graduating college can come with fears of unemployment and also the… Read More...

A Brandeis Thanksgiving: Emma Russell

While many students fly, drive or take the train to visit their families for Thanksgiving break, there is a group of students who chose to stay at Brandeis during the long weekend. Emma Russell ’19,… Read More...

A Brandeis Thanksgiving: Alessia Stewart

Many Brandeis students choose to travel back home for Thanksgiving break and spend quality time with their families before the beginning of finals. However, some students choose to remain at Brandeis until the end of… Read More...

Political Perspective from Prof. Burt

The election of 1968, between Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace, was the beginning of English Prof. John Burt’s political awareness. The primary election in 1968 most resembles the 2016 election, he explained. It… Read More...

What the registrar can do for you

With course registration soon approaching, the Office of the Registrar is gearing up for a week of enrollment and student questions. Located in Kutz Hall, the registrar’s office is much more than just the middleman… Read More...

Club Spotlight: BAASA

The Brandeis Asian American Student Association (BAASA) was founded in 1971 at the onset of anti-Asian sentiment to “foster a safe space for the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community to freely express opinions,” says… Read More...

Students reflect on openness of campus dialogue

Last week, the Features section of The Brandeis Hoot investigated the diversity of political ideas on campus. After a poll was distributed to about 500 students, it was revealed that 27 percent of the student… Read More...

Exploring Brandeis’ labs: Rebecca Simon ’19

Opportunities to work in a lab are multitudinous at Brandeis. Many college students find research to be an incredibly rewarding experience that offers helpful skills for future careers. For students who aren’t interested in working… Read More...

Club Feature: Harry Potter Alliance

When you think about Harry Potter, wands, spells and horcruxes may come to mind—but what about social justice? Brandeis University’s chapter of the Harry Potter Alliance uses pop culture such as books, movies and TV… Read More...
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