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Brandeis students should have more fun

College is a time to have fun and experiment with new things. It is often the first time that people have a significant amount of freedom in their lives and are able to explore a… Read More...

‘The Politician’ is the worst show you might fall in love with

You sit down to watch the season one finale of Netflix’s “The Politician.” Immediately, you’re staring face to face, eye to eye, with Ben Platt as he launches into a truly gorgeous rendition of “Vienna”… Read More...

Lead UDR Advisory Board acts as bridge between UDR’s and faculty

When looking for advice on classes, there are always many options around campus and resources who are able to provide assistance. Whether it be your academic advisor, a Roosevelt Fellow or Undergraduate Departmental Representative (UDR),… Read More...

Getting your money’s worth: plan your dining

In the wake of the university’s dining contract negotiations and the Request For Proposal’s (RFP) request for community input, The Brandeis Hoot editorial board would like to urge the student body to attend the RFP… Read More...

Tennis ends their fall seasons, Tegtmeier receives athlete of the week honors

This past weekend, both Brandeis tennis teams played in their final tournaments of the 2019-2020 fall seasons. On the men’s side, the team headed south to Middletown, CT to compete in the Wesleyan University Invitational… Read More...

Judiciary rules Student Union President and Vice President violated constitution, Senate responds

The Judiciary ruled that the Student Union President and Vice President violated the Union constitution and bylaws in a case centering on the ability of the executive senator to sit on Executive Board meetings. The… Read More...

Lots of love and too much information

I lost my notebook over the weekend and sort of freaked out. I kept everything in that notebook: homework deadlines, poetic thoughts, Hoot assignments. As it happens, all of my notes for “Love and Information”… Read More...

Cloning myself?

It is that exciting time of the year again. You know the time I’m talking about. The one during which you are running around like a chicken with its head cut off because early registration… Read More...

Men’s soccer bounces back after draw to CWRU

The Brandeis University men’s soccer team opened up University Athletic Association (UAA) conference play at home against the Case Western Reserve Spartans and Mass Maritime.  The Judges battled to break a tied score in the… Read More...

A holistic view on digital culture

With social media becoming a larger part of everyday life in the contemporary world, the sphere of digital anthropology has been growing and becoming more important. Digital Cultures (ANTH 138A) taught by Professor Brian Horton… Read More...
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