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If you have ever watched any trending Netflix shows about American college life it may not be new to you how big sports can be in a person’s college life. In these shows, there is...
Studying English and having good writing ability is the essential foundation for a well-rounded liberal arts education. Professor John Burt is the chair of the English department with an expertise on American literature. In his...
This week on Nov. 13 marked the 166th birthday of our university’s namesake Justice Louis D. Brandeis. Many students may not know the impact of the man whose statue they put orange cones on top...

Editorials

In the wake of an unbelievable tragedy, we as an editorial board have never been prouder to be members of the Brandeis community. From the check-ins on the night of Nov. 19 that we all...
The final push to get to Thanksgiving break is under way with the last full week of classes prior to the holiday wrapping up. But, among ourselves and in conversations with others, we have found...
It can be really easy to take things for granted when you don’t know life without them. There are a lot of services and resources at Brandeis that can go undervalued and underappreciated because we’ve...

Additional News

In the wake of the shuttle accident which occurred on Saturday, Nov. 15, students Rebecca Soslowsky ’23, Celia Wu-Hacohen ’23, Krupa Sourirajan ’23 and Sydney Schur ’24 have organized a performing arts fundraiser to take...
Brandeis administration is currently in the process of determining future transportation service options for students. These decisions are being informed by a transportation study from early in the summer as well as the ongoing investigation...
Editor’s Note: This article may be emotionally challenging to read as it concerns a recent Boston/Cambridge shuttle crash. While this article’s primary focus is the response of the community, reader discretion is advised.  The Brandeis...

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Arts

The importance of comfy media is something that, I feel, everyone can agree on. In the age of the internet, it’s not uncommon to hear people talking about their comfort show or their comfort character...

Sports

The Brandeis Hoot sat down and spoke with Quron Zene Jr. (Q)—a first-year on the Brandeis men’s basketball team. He spoke with The Hoot about his life as a student athlete and his time navigating...
Brandeis women’s basketball continued their season last Saturday, Nov. 19, hosting Tufts women’s basketball at the Auerbach Arena. Last year, the Judges faced off against Tufts in an early season matchup that saw them narrowly...
After starting the season with three straight wins, the Brandeis men’s basketball team looked to finish their first month strong. Their first game of this stretch was an away game against Lasell University on Nov....

Opinions

It’s clear that we have moved into a society where a parasocial relationship with the media we consume is a given. Living in a digital world, maybe this is to be expected, but it’s been...
Welcome back to the SSIS column, where we answer any and all of Brandeis students’ questions about sex, sexuality, identity and relationships. If you have a question you’d like answered in our next column, email...
Many people often think of climate change as simply a physical issue; obvious changes are occurring around the world that are observable, measurable and open to analysis. While many recognize these apparent physical impacts, such...

Finally, last but not least, "the glue that holds this paper together:" Editor-in-Chief Sasha Skarboviychuk. She's had to hold together much more than just The Hoot these last few months. http://ow.ly/ufzJ50JcGQO

"Underrated member of the EICs" and generally "chill dude" John Fornagiel, learns how to “yas queen slay” and use the word "tumultuous." Need an explanation? Find it here: http://ow.ly/Ox6v50JcGpX

Emma Lichtenstein, Editor-in-Chief, discusses the "epic highs and lows of college journalism" and her Brandeis experience in her senior OP. Read more about it here: http://ow.ly/8row50J9XXT

To Emma Lichtenstein, Editor-in-Chief, finding The Hoot was an unexpected blessing. Read more about her journey here: https://brandeishoot.com/2022/05/06/hoot-nation-is-thriving/

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