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A major popularity contest

A group of economics students huddle around a table, analyzing last night’s problem set, throwing around terms like “consumer surplus” and “law of diminishing returns… Read More...

Lending a charitable hand

Jennifer  Rawson ‘10, receives a manicure from a Paul Mitchell School Manicurist.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Jennifer Rawson ‘10, receives a manicure from a Paul Mitchell School Manicurist, on Tuesday, during the Manicure for a Cure event.

PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

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It’s all Greek to me!

DEAD LANGUAGE: Brandeis students study “dead languages” so they can better understand ancient texts.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot</i>

DEAD LANGUAGE: Brandeis students study “dead languages” so they can better understand ancient texts.

PHOTO BY Ariel Wittenberg/The Hoot

For some people, foreign language … Read More...

Slow life in the fast lane

CENTER STAGE: Then 8-year-old Andreas Teuber (PHIL) strikes a pose.  Teuber, who has been teaching philosphy at Brandeis for 23 years, has had a passion for theatre from a young age. <br /><br /><i>PHOTO COURTESY OF Andreas Teuber</i>

CENTER STAGE: Then 8-year-old Andreas Teuber (PHIL) strikes a pose. Teuber, who has been teaching philosphy at Brandeis for 23 years, has had a passion for theatre from a young age

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Hadaya Jewelry: The centerpiece of Israeli tourist shopping

HADAYA: Adina Weissman ‘12 displays the three pieces of Hadaya jewelry that she purchased during her 9 months in Israel last year. Hadaya jewelry is traditionally made from either gold or silver, and usually has a personal message engraved on it. Adina has messages engraved on each of her pieces. Her ring reads “you’ll always be in my heart,” in reference to her four grandparents. Her bracelet reads “there’s no friend like a sister and no sister like my sister,” dedicated to her sister Temma. Her necklace reads “God will protect you from all evil, He will guard your soul.”<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Adina Weissman ‘12 displays the three pieces of Hadaya jewelry that she purchased during her 9 months in Israel last year. Hadaya jewelry is traditionally made from either gold

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Juggling Society balances more than schedules

Juggling society meets in the Alumni Lounge in Usdan from 8-10 Thursday nights.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot</i>

Juggling society meets in the Alumni Lounge in Usdan from 8-10 Thursday nights.

PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

When Dan Weisz ’09 joined Juggling Society during his first semester … Read More...

From classroom to common room

Floor plan of Middlesex Castle.

IMAGE COURTESY OF Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections, Brandeis University

Writing an article about the history of the … Read More...

The face versus the facebook

IMAGE BY Max Shay/The Hoot

IMAGE BY Max Shay/The Hoot

So you’ve never met Suzy Smith in person, but in addition to her first and last name, you can list at least five of her friends and the fact that she’s in a … Read More...

Faculty Club: A higher level of dining for students

FINE DINING: Try the Faculty Club, which offers a high caliber buffet at a decent price, as an alternative to Sherman.

PHOTO BY Ben Sacks/The Hoot

Did you know that students are allo… Read More...

ELEVEat-ing girls to their full potential

$25. That’s the price of a dinner out with some friends. To some, it might be petty change; to a young girl in Senegal it’s a future.

Sitting in a car with her Senegalese host mothe… Read More...

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