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Hoot recommends: quarantine edition

“Beastars” Okay, so hear me out. Paru Itagaki’s comedy manga “Beastars” about a bunch of anthropomorphic animals going to high school might look like furry fluff fodder—and it kind of is—but the series is a… Read More...

Brandeis departments and community join to collect donations, prepare meals for first responders

Parents of Chinese international students have raised over $30,000 to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for first responders in the greater Boston area after learning there was a shortage of supplies, wrote Haizhen Ding P’21… Read More...

A captivating look behind Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ with series co-star John Finlay

The fever over Netflix’s documentary series “Tiger King” spread nearly as quickly as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which series star John Finlay believes is in part responsible for the show’s widespread success. Finlay spoke… Read More...

Students advocate for dining workers’ pay, university says dining workers are receiving benefits

Students and the local union representing Brandeis Sodexo dining workers are advocating for all workers to receive health benefits and for laid off workers to be paid. All dining workers are receiving health benefits, according… Read More...

Violence on the ballot: mediating accountability with a Biden presidency

I vividly remember the day the Access Hollywood tape of Donald Trump surfaced. As a then-sixteen-year-old, I watched the coverage in sheer disbelief at the vulgar, objectifying language and privilege perpetrated by a man vying… Read More...

Department of Community Service finding virtual ways to keep community together

While we may not be able to help out the community in person anymore, volunteer organizations all over the country are coming together with virtual opportunities to keep the community engaged. Brandeis is no different.… Read More...

‘The Festival of the Arts’ is coming to your living room!

Traditions don’t have to be canceled just because the Brandeis campus is closed. The annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Arts is finding a way into your home this weekend through a project that has… Read More...

BEMCo during COVID-19

Since the end of physical classes on March 13, campus services have exponentially decreased, and student workers have mostly left campus. The Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo), however, is still in service, maintaining round-the-clock care… Read More...

In the Senate 4/5

Vice President Kendal Chapman ’22 announced that Senate meetings will be biweekly. She also mentioned that she wanted to get rid of misconceptions “[to] make sure people aren’t accidentally self sabotaging.” This would be done… Read More...

From my desk to yours

I am sitting at my desk at home staring directly at a blank Word document. No words, no nothing, not even a title or date. From the other side of my bedroom wall, I can… Read More...
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