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Another year passed and another highly anticipated Adagio Dance Company Showcase graced and amazed us in Levin Ballroom on Sunday, April 7. The theater was decorated with bright twinkling lights and the entrance had red...
Brandeis commemorated its 75th anniversary from April 6 to 14 with the lively Leonard Bernstein Festival, an annual event highlighting the university’s dedication to innovation, education and community involvement. The festival was organized by a...
The Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) at Brandeis University stands as a dynamic community committed to honoring Taiwanese culture and forging bonds among students who share appreciation for this culture. Despite the limited presence of Taiwanese...
The Brandeis Asian American Students Association (BAASA) stands as a tight-knit cultural hub on campus, celebrating Asian heritage and fostering a strong sense of community among its members. Founded with the mission of promoting cultural...
In an inspiring blend of theory and application, Brandeis University students are coming together to re-establish the prosthetics club that had diminished during the COVID-19 period. Unified and restarted by students in engineering, they come...
A very big proportion of Brandeis students rely on Brandeis-provided transportations for their daily commute: the campus shuttle, Waltham shuttle and Boston shuttle. Since the Boston shuttle accident in Nov. 2022, the Brandeis community has...
“At a predominantly white institution, it’s very hard to find spaces for minority groups to come together,” states Gabe Haithcock ’25, the president and founder of Student-Athletes of Color (SAOC) at Brandeis. The club functions...
Dance is one of the most striking and versatile forms of performance art, enjoyed by people regardless of culture, age, gender and other dimensions of humankind since its beginnings. To perfect a choreographed dance of...
Organized jointly by the Brandeis MakerLab and the Brandeis International Business School, DeisHacks 2024 marked the seventh annual hackathon for students to make positive social impacts in local communities. Taking place from Jan. 26-28, 2024,...
3D printing, a revolutionary technology, enables the creation of complex three-dimensional objects layer by layer, using various materials. This technology, which has always seemed new and advanced, has been conducted and disseminated by students on...
As a prominent research institution in the country, Brandeis is starting its own philosophy journal in the undergraduate philosophy community. Founded by Joseph Pendleton ’24 last summer, the journal gained its name Simpliciter, meaning “without...
Born on the streets of Brazil, this martial art transcends mere self-defense, teaching its practitioners the art of resilience, strategy and inner strength. The Hoot sat down with the Brandeis Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club, otherwise known...
With bountiful resources and access to art-making materials and inspiration, Brandeis fosters future artists from its well-developed studio art major, where students are being treated as real-world artists and thus make art across topics and...
The inner workings of the United States prison system are not always spoken about and often downplayed, even on college campuses that emphasize social justice. In light of this, a group of students with the...
Two weeks ago, in our last publication, The Hoot put out a poll to see how members of the Brandeis community are feeling about Brandeis’ administration. This poll included two questions: Overall, do you approve...
If you’re itching to get involved in the a cappella scene at Brandeis, Rather be Giraffes (RBG) may be just what you are looking for! The Hoot sat down with RBG’s president, Morgan Collens ’26,...
On Nov. 6, the University officially released a decision to derecognize the Brandeis chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). University President Ron Liebowitz made the announcement in his letter that “this decision was...
As the rain patters down the leaves of the canopy above, falling onto the foliage-filled ground, a swish of leaf litter flies onto the path in front of you. Quickly, you look up and see...
Fancy a spooky Halloween, but not a party animal? Looking to go to a haunted house, but do not want to go off campus? The Spingold Theater could be your best place to go during...
The past week’s biggest events around the world, summarized. MIKE JOHNSON ELECTED AS US HOUSE SPEAKER. On Wednesday, Oct. 25, House Republicans unanimously elected Representative Mike Johnson, R-LA., to the office of Speaker of the...

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