31°F

To acquire wisdom, one must observe

Date Range
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...
Brandeis’ campus can, to the untrained and uninterested eye, seem to have a random assortment of sculptures and art spread throughout. From our philosophical boy laying outside the library, to the somewhat random sticks placed...
What is your first impression when you hear the phrase “pole dancing?” No matter if you chuckle or start to get excited, do not get overwhelmed by it. Pole dancing is a full-body fitness that...
Do you know that students can create their own majors at Brandeis with their own courses planned out? If you have never heard of it, this article will help you have a better understanding. The...
It’s another normal day on Brandeis campus, and you are eating at the dining hall with your friends, when suddenly you overhear a stranger say the most hilarious thing you could have ever imagined. You...
The Brandeis Hoot invited Professor Erin Gee, the chair of the music department at Brandeis and also a composer, and Katie Ball ’22, the program administrator of the music department as well as an alumna,...
The Rose Art Museum is one of the hidden gems on campus. Founded in 1961, it has attracted visitors all over the campus and from the greater Boston area for more than 50 years with...
What is blockchain? The president of Brandeis’ Blockchain Club, Marco Qin ’24, explained it to The Brandeis Hoot in an interview: think about the modeling industry. If you were a model with an agency, the...
The chair of Brandeis University’s Department of Classical Studies, Professor Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the department, its future and herself. This...
The chair of Brandeis University’s Health: Science, Society, and Policy (HSSP) program, Professor Darren Zinner, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the program, its future and...
The chair of Brandeis University’s Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership, Professor Shirley Idelson, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the program, its future and herself....
The chair of Brandeis University’s music department, Professor Karen Desmond, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the department, its future and herself. This interview is part...
The chair of Brandeis University’s South Asian Studies program, Professor Brian Horton, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the program, its future and himself. This interview...
This is Professor Adriana Lacy’s first semester teaching in the journalism program at Brandeis. Besides teaching at Brandeis, she is also the Digital and Audience Engagement Editor for Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation. Before coming to...
@brandeis.chungles has been the go-to meme account for hundreds of Brandesians. As an anonymous meme account that posts Brandeis-specific jokes, it has gained 553 followers with 70 posts at the time of publication. To reveal...
On Sept. 9, the Univ. had its first Fresh Check Day in history, which was a mental health promotion and suicide prevention fair that contained 10 booths, including support from multiple departments and student organizations,...
The co-chairs of Brandeis University’s Fine Arts department, Professor Peter Kalb and Professor Susan Lichtman, sat down for an interview with The Brandeis Hoot to shed a little light on the department, its future and...
The move-in experience for Skyline residents who used Storage Squad this year has not been ideal, according to student interviews with The Brandeis Hoot. Storage Squad is an outside company that has partnered with Brandeis...

Get Our Stories Sent To Your Inbox

Skip to content