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Senior capstone explores Muslim life after 9/11

As the spring semester moves forward into March, seniors across campus are frantically writing senior theses, working on major projects and generally trying to figure out what their paths will be after graduation. Maryam Chishti… Read More...

Rose Art Museum acquires significant art

The Rose Art Museum received 50 works from collector Stephen Salny, according to a press release sent to The Hoot on Feb. 28.  The gift has pieces from Ellsworth Kelly, Anni Albers, Josef Albers, Sonia… Read More...

Men place fourth, women fifth at UAA indoor track and field championships

Last weekend, the Judges headed to New York City to compete at The Armory for the University Athletic Association (UAA) indoor track and field championships meet, hosted by New York University (NYU). After the two-day… Read More...

Hopes for the new dining contract and selection

We, the Editorial Board of The Brandeis Hoot, would like to share our hopes for the future of Brandeis Dining Services and the new contract with a food vendor in light of this week’s vendor… Read More...

A means to an end

Kantian ethics relies on a few basic principles, one of them being that we cannot use people as means to an end, but we have to see humans as ends in themselves. In other words,… Read More...

Men’s and women’s track and field hit PR’s, school records before UAA’s

Two school records were broken over the past few weekends by the men’s and women’s track and field team, as well as personal records (PR) for much of the team. The team travelled to Medford,… Read More...

Running the Brandeis University Press

Not many students at Brandeis University are aware that Brandeis has its own press, but in fact Brandeis University Press (BUP) has existed for over 40 years. Until January of last year, however, BUP was… Read More...

The love of look: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’

To love is to look. To gaze at the one you care about, learning their perspective, their point-of-view and the manner in which they move through the world. To find yourself pulled deeper. To learn… Read More...

On #ElectHer: The progress of women in politics

On March 15, the Department of Politics and the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program will host Brandeis’s first #ElectHer Conference, where female-identifying students will be trained on how to run for student government or… Read More...

Brandeis first US univ. to endorse drugged drink testing devices

UPDATED: 3/10 6:30 p.m. Brandeis University is the first university in the United States to officially endorse and fund the distribution of SipChips, small single-use devices that test if a drink has been contaminated with… Read More...
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