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Ad: Brandeis Giving Tuesday

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Women’s cross country places sixth at nationals

After a chilly race at Lake Breeze Golf Course in Wisconsin, the women’s cross country team dominated at nationals, earning sixth place in the country. Having been ranked 11th prior to the meet, the Judges… Read More...

Brandeis land had significance to indigenous peoples

The land Brandeis sits on was sacred to the indigenous peoples who lived on it, according to the Mattakeeset tribal Chief. The land was shared among the Massachusett people, which includes four contemporary surviving tribes:… Read More...

Host an open forum on accessibility

Yesterday, students in the advocacy group Addressing Accessibility at Brandeis emailed a letter and personal statements to President Ron Liebowitz. The documents were written by students with disabilities and were accompanied by a list of… Read More...

Annual hackathon engages college students from the Boston area

Since 2014, Brandeis Initiative for Technology, Machines, Apps and Programming (BITMAP) has hosted Codestellation, Brandeis’ beginner-friendly 24-hour hardware and software hackathon. This year, it is taking place Nov. 10-11 in the Shapiro Science Center. Briana… Read More...

‘Noises Off’ delves into character

The Brandeis Undergraduate Theater Collective’s production of Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off” is a hilarious take on the behind-the-scenes drama of theatre. The plot follows the cast and crew of a play called “Nothing On” as… Read More...

Editor’s note: technical difficulties

We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please bear with us as we work on fixing the website. If you have any questions or concerns, or are interested in becoming our website editor, please contact eic@thebrandeishoot.com.… Read More...

In response to “The case against fossil fuel divestment:” Maya Kattler-Gold

Last week, The Brandeis Hoot published an article titled, “The case against fossil fuel divestment” by Joseph Silber. In response, I’d like to start by explaining a bit about the history of the fossil fuel… Read More...

German grammar and baking combine in new course

When learning a new language, some of the hardest skills to master are that of pronunciation and perfecting grammar. Professor Sabine von Mering (GER) has created a new course for the Spring 2019 semester titled… Read More...

Women’s cross country earns third place in UAA Championship meet

The men’s and women’s cross country teams are in the home stretch of their 2018 season. On Oct. 28, the teams traveled to Parkside, Wisconsin, to compete in the UAA Conference championships. In the upcoming… Read More...
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