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A day in the life of a Brandeis athlete: Jonathan Ayash ’22

This column will highlight a different student-athlete each week, striving to unearth what the hectic life of a Brandeis athlete entails. With this in mind, such a collection of stories will serve as a testament… Read More...

The Hoot’s Thanksgiving table

As everyone is getting ready to go home for Thanksgiving, The Brandeis Hoot decided to take on the hardest question of the holiday: what is the best Thanksgiving food? There were many strong opinions, and… Read More...

Gosman to add gender-inclusive locker rooms, locker rooms for all varsity sports

Gender-inclusive locker rooms will be added as part of a renovation program to Gosman Sports and Convocation Center, Athletic Director Lauren Haynie told The Brandeis Hoot in an interview. The two phase renovation will not… Read More...

Men’s and women’s swimming split on the weekend

The men’s and women’s swimming teams travelled to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) this past weekend, both splitting on the weekend. The men’s team competed against Babson College and WPI, while the women competed against Babson… Read More...

You don’t have to eat it for one day

The biggest question I always get from people when I tell them I have stopped eating meat is: Why? Their question is often followed by a long lecture about all the great benefits that come… Read More...

A day in the life of a Brandeis athlete: Josh Lombardo ’21

This new column will highlight a different student-athlete each week, striving to unearth what the hectic life of a Brandeis athlete entails. With this in mind, such a collection of stories will serve as a… Read More...

Univ. working on website updates, public image

The university is working towards upgrading the current website to make it more accessible and improving Brandeis’s branding, according to a self-study published by the university in September 2018. The study also reflects on how… Read More...

Sleep Week aims to reduce stress and help with sleep

As college students, there is nothing we value more than our sleep. Trying to juggle academics, extracurriculars and managing a social life can be super stressful, oftentimes leading to a lack of sleep.  As part… Read More...

Jewish feminist archives donated to university

Project Kesher, a grassroots organization helping connect Jewish women in former Soviet States and Israel, has donated documents dating back from the organization’s founding in 1988 through 2015 to the Brandeis Archives & Special Collections… Read More...

Univ. addresses freedom of speech, ethical integrity in self-study

Principles of free speech were formulated by the university after concerns arose about issues of free expression, a self-study published in September 2018 found. The study also looked into the integrity of all students, staff… Read More...
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