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Union creates Admissions Task Force to improve outreach

In an effort to enhance connections between the Brandeis and the non-Brandeis world, the Student Union created the Admissions Task Force. The Task Force will be comprised of 7 to 9 active Brandeis students who will work to promote the … Read More...

Proscenium brings theatrical flair to a cappella

<i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

In technical terms, the proscenium is the part of a theater stage that is in front of a curtain. But in Brandeis terms, Proscenium is the name of one of its most prominent, respected, and … Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

Students came together in support of Israel at the Pro Peace Rally–Solidarity with Southern Israel on Sunday in the Shapiro Campus Center in reaction to the latest Israeli-Palestinian crisis. The event was sponsored by the Brandeis Zionist Alliance in an … Read More...

Beckinsale, Alda hold Q&A

<i>PHOTO BY Napoleon Lherisson/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Napoleon Lherisson/The Hoot

The intimate Wasserman Cinemtheque was buzzing with excitement on Wednesday evening following the Boston premiere of the film Nothing But the Truth. Approximately 300 students, teachers, and members of the press eagerly awaited the arrival … Read More...

Israeli photojournalist discusses rockets in Sderot

Noam Bedein, a young resident of Sderot, Israel and creator of Sderot Media Center, traveled to Brandeis’ Rapaporte Treasure Hall this past Tuesday to discuss the violence occurring in his little town near the Gaza Strip.

The event was sponsored … Read More...

Journalism prof. discusses book on Paxil investigation

A former reporter for the Boston Globe and Miami Herald, and Pulitzer Prize nominee for investigative journalism, Prof. Alison Bass (AMST) is now a published author. Bass spoke about her new book, Side Effects: A Prosecutor, A Whistleblower and a … Read More...

Flesch ponders readers’ connections to characters

On Wednesday Prof. William Flesch (ENG) discussed his new book Comeuppance: Costly Signaling, Altruistic Punishment, and Other Biological Components of Fiction in Rapaporte Treasure Hall. Flesch spoke for about an hour between 4:00 and 5:30 that afternoon on the various … Read More...

BADASS debates off-shore drilling

Due to lighting difficulties, Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society’s first public debate of the semester started out in the dark, but, by the end, everyone in the atrium of Shapiro Campus Center was enlightened. Tuesday marked the group’s third … Read More...

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