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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...
Brandeis University’s Office of Study Abroad hosted “I Love Study Abroad Week” from Feb 5th to 9th, aiming to showcase the diversity and opportunities of their 200 approved programs in 58 different countries around the...
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...
This past fall semester, Director of Design and Innovation Ian Roy and Associate Professor of Physics Ben Rogers developed the first course in the new Brandeis Engineering program, ENGR 11A Introduction to Design Methodology. This...
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...
On Jan. 23, Brandeis University hosted an online seminar titled “From Comfort Woman to Comfort Child: Genealogies of Gendered and Sexualized Violence in the Korean Diaspora” as a part of its Mellon Sawyer seminar series...
This article serves to hold the text of the motions that were discussed at Jan. 19’s faculty meeting. This article includes the text of motions one, two, four, five and six. Motion one text: “We...
On Friday, Jan. 19, The Hoot attended Brandeis’ most recent faculty meeting. This meeting centered around several amendments that are being considered by the faculty, as well as the healing process that is to follow...
On Jan. 14 from 1-4 p.m., Brandeis student clubs and organizations all gathered in Levin Ballroom for the semesterly involvement fair. Brandeis has over 200 student-run clubs and organizations on campus that all gathered together...
On Jan. 17, Brandeis University President Ron Liebowitz sent an email to Brandeis students, faculty and staff titled “Free Expression in the Academy.” The email began by acknowledging that Brandeis is “not the only campus...
On Jan. 17, The Hoot conducted an interview with Mo Re Kim ’24, who spoke on upcoming renovations to the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center Weight Room. Kim, a Strength And Conditioning intern and personal...
Mexican artist Noé Martínez was selected by the Rose Art Museum as the 2024 Ruth Ann and Nathan Perlmutter Artist-In-Residence Award recipient. The Perlmutter Artist-In-Residence program serves the goal of “promoting emerging artists of extraordinary...
On Nov. 22, as Brandeis’ Thanksgiving holiday break began, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Carol Fierke, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences Jeffrey Shoulson, Vice President of the Rabb School...
On Nov. 10, 2023, Vivekanand Pandey Vimal, GSAS PhD’17, a research scientist at Brandeis University’s Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Lab, published an article in the explanatory journalism outlet “The Conversation” detailing his team’s work on...
The Brandeis South Asian Student Association (SASA) recently held their annual cultural show MELA, featuring student dance, vocal, instrumental and comedic performances as well as speeches from SASA representatives and faculty members. The event was...
The Brandeis University community is currently navigating a complex and sensitive period marked by heightened discussions and actions surrounding issues of free speech, student safety and the impact of international events on campus life, specifically...
Professor of Biochemistry and Structural Biology Wolfgang Baumeister has been named the 53rd winner of the Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Basic Medical Research. Baumeister is celebrated for his pioneering work developing a technique...
On Wednesday, Nov. 15, The Hoot interviewed a Brandeis student who played a role in the recent protest held on Friday, Nov. 10 due to the derecognition of the Brandeis chapter of Students for Justice...
In an email sent to members of the Brandeis community on Nov. 3, Vice President for Campus Planning and Operations Lois Stanley, Chief of Public Safety Matt Rushton and Vice President for Student Affairs Andrea...
On Monday, Nov. 6, Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) planned to hold a vigil to “mourn 9,000+ Palestinian martyrs killed by the [Israeli] occupation in Gaza.” This vigil was to be held in...

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