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On April 7, the Adagio Dance Company dazzled the Brandeis campus with their semester showcase, themed “Hollywood.” The performance, comprising 17 dynamic routines, brought to life a vibrant spirit and showcased the wide variety of...
On April 9, Stew Uretsky, Executive Vice President for Administration and Finance and Carol Fierke, Provost, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs sent out an email to the Brandeis community, announcing that “independent investigators from...
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...
When I first saw the trailer for this film, I was convinced that it was made in a lab for my personal consumption. “Love Lies Bleeding” is a queer erotic thriller directed by Rose Glass...
Brandeis Professor of Physics Seth Fraden recently delivered a talk at the Rapaporte Treasure Hall titled “En busca del camino de la totalidad,” or “In search of the path of totality.” During his lecture, Fraden...
To conclude the 2023-24 fencing season, graduate student Maggie Shealy (GRAD) capped off her phenomenal season with the title any National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athlete dreams of, National Champion.  On Friday, March 22, Shealy...
Tumblr, since its infancy, has been capitalistically dead in the water. Any and all attempts to increase its profitability directly leads to users leaving the app. No example of this is more infamous than the...
On March 14, Brandeis President Ron Liebowitz, Provost Carol Fierke and Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration Stewart Uretsky sent out an email to the Brandeis community titled “Planning for Brandeis’ Long-Term Sustainability.”’ In...
On March 19, Professor Seth Fraden (PHYS) PhD ’87 spoke with The Hoot about the upcoming eclipse. Highlights of the conversation included Professor Fraden’s description of the free eclipse glasses he’s giving away to students...
On March 6, more than 200 Brandeis community members gathered in the Shapiro Campus Center (SCC) to hold a vigil to mourn “30,543 martyrs in Gaza.” A group of attendees gathered at 7 p.m. and...
Warning: contains slight spoilers for “Dune: Part 2.” Yep, you probably saw this coming. “Dune: Part 2” is sheer genius. What more can I say? After Denis Villeneuve’s phenomenal success adapting the first half of...
“Midterm,” as defined by Merriam-Webster, is “a: the middle of an academic term; b: an examination at midterm.” Brandeis midterms, in the time I have passed as an undergraduate student here, have never accurately subscribed...
Arctic Monkeys is a rock band formed in Sheffield, England, composed of vocalist and frontman Alex Turner, drummer Matt Helders, guitarist Jamie Cook and bassist Nick O’Malley. Since the mid-2000s, the band has been putting...
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management and the Graduate School of International Development (GSID) at Nagoya University in Nagoya, Japan recently announced the launch of their new academic exchange program. The overarching goal...
“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...
In December 2023, The Hoot spoke with an anonymous worker at the Starbucks in Farber Library, who spoke on the difficulties that workers there have been experiencing. This worker spoke on the difficulties that workers...
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...
On the morning of Friday, Feb. 2, the residents of the upper floors of Ziv 129—also known as Ziv C and Mazer Hall—were confused by an unpleasant odor rising from their sinks, bathrooms and showers...
In November 2023, The Hoot spoke with Dan Sensale, the Site Supervisor for Opportunities For Inclusion, a Waltham-based community-centric dayhab organization that provides group supportive employment and aims to “serve individuals with intellectual, developmental and...
Welcome back to Hoot Recommends: Things We Don’t Recommend Edition! In this article, members of The Hoot editorial board will be sharing the worst piece of media they’ve viewed this past year. Michael: My first...

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