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Global Bazaar displays community’s cultures

The more you know about someone else’s culture, the better it is for you to understand, communicate and appreciate them, according to Imani McFarlane, founder of House of Tafari Collections on Thursday evening at the… Read More...

ITS says campus Wifi issues are resolved

Information Technology Services (ITS) has resolved the source of the issue that was affecting the campus wireless network as of Thursday at 10:35 p.m., according to Information Technology Services’ status updates.  “We did an upgrade… Read More...

Senate Log 11/17

At the Executive Board meeting, the board discussed having a second racial minority senator. Senator Joseph Coles ’22, who was in attendance at the Executive Board meeting, said that the official complaint will come out… 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...

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...

Professors from Berklee School of Music discuss sexual assault on their campus

After the #MeToo movement erupted in November of 2017, the Berklee School of Music in Boston started to notice sexual violence on its own campus, according to a developmental psychologist at the university who spoke… Read More...

Former ambassador Oman discussed country’s future

Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said, Oman’s authoritarian leader, is responsible for the success of the country in the past few decades and has been well-respected among the Omanis, according to Gary Grappo, the former… Read More...

Administrators hold listening sessions following release of Campus Climate Survey

Coordinators for Brandeis’ various inclusion and equity organizations held listening sessions on Friday, Nov. 15 and Sunday, Nov. 17 to answer questions and hear concerns from students following the release of the Campus Climate Survey… Read More...

Greek life requires bystander training for all new members

Student violence prevention educators trained the 77 new members of Brandeis’ fraternities and sororities this semester. The bystander trainings, required at Brandeis by all Brandeis club officers but not members of Greek life, are aimed… 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...
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