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Student Union planning elections after resignations and dismissal

The Brandeis Student Union is holding an election to fill 14 vacant positions in the Senate, Judiciary and Allocations Board on Jan. 29. According to a handout distributed by the Student Union, the election voting… Read More...

Installation of digital signs has improved the administration’s ability to communicate with the campus, says study

In order to improve its capability to distribute information and publicize events, the university installed 16 digital signs across campus. In the time since their installation, the administration believes that the digital signs have improved… Read More...

President Liebowitz condemns anti-Semitism, emphasizes safety of Brandeis campus

Over winter break, University President Ron Liebowitz condemned anti-Semitism and affirmed the safety of the Brandeis campus in a statement issued via email on Jan. 3. Liebowitz began by acknowledging “the recent rash of violence… Read More...

Professor comments on Dep. of Labor rule

The U.S. Department of Labor released a final Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) rule on Sunday to replace the one joint employer guidance that the Trump administration rescinded in 2017. Dean of the Heller School… Read More...

Hoot’s winter in …

Iceland  Sabrina Chow Don’t get me wrong. I love being from the Midwest. The overly-polite stereotypes, flat lands and four lane highways are some of my favorite things to return to after being in Massachusetts… Read More...

In the Senate 12/18

UPDATED: 1/14 7:42 p.m. The Senate heard requests for recognition and chartering from five clubs. Model United Nations, the Men of Color Alliance, Deis 3D and Students for Fair Housing were all unanimously recognized and… Read More...

Deroy residents complain of mold, DCL addresses concerns

Students in Deroy Hall believe there is mold growing in the building. None of the students interviewed had personally seen any mold, but several of them had heard rumors of its existence, according to four… Read More...

Students highlight innovation at showcase

Innovation is important in all fields studied at Brandeis, including both STEM and humanities, according to Associate Provost for Innovation Rebecca Menapace at the Fifth Annual Innovation Showcase in the Shapiro Science Center on Thursday.… Read More...

Renovations planned in Usdan Student Center

Usdan Student Center will be renovated to consolidate Chaplaincy and Hillel personnel and areas on the ground level and first floor respectively, according to blueprints obtained by The Brandeis Hoot. Robert Avalle Jr., vice president… Read More...

Goldfarb celebrates 60th anniversary

The Jacob A. and Bertha Goldfarb Library celebrated its 60th anniversary on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Librarians, faculty and students gathered in the Brandeis National Committee Tribute Room of the library to celebrate the anniversary. Those… Read More...
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