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An in-depth look at Brandeis’ religious identity—Part 1: The History

This year, The Hoot’s Features section began an examination of religion at Brandeis University. As Brandeis students, we have often heard that Brandeis is a nonsectarian instRead More...

Brandeis admissions offer prospective students glimpse of life at Brandeis

Walking by Chapel’s Field on a Brandeis admissions tour on Wednesday morning, a prospective student and her mother discussed the aspects of college life different schools cho… Read More...

Senate Sustainability Committee hosts Meatless Monday

Waiting to swipe into Lower Usdan Dining Hall, students saw a colorful sign introducing “Now Serving: Meatless Monday with Red Lentil.” Upon entering the dining hall, stude… Read More...

TRII provides legal aid to immigrants, opportunities for students

Undergraduate students, especially those without connections to professional lawyers, rarely have the opportunity to gain practical legal experience. Immigrants, even tho… Read More...

Women’s Studies Research Center engages with campus community

Behind the Ziv Quad dormitories and across from the train station is the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC), housed in the Epstein Building. Professor Karen Hansen (SOC/W… Read More...

Brandeis Innovation: the intersection of entrepreneurship and research

UPDATED 4/18 at 2:11 p.m.

“Brandeis Innovation is one of Brandeis’ best-kept secrets,” said Rebecca Menapace, the assistant provost for innovation as well as the executi… Read More...

Lurie Institute conducts research on disability policy

The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy is a research center on campus dedicated to research that improves the lives of people with disabilities. Located within the Heller Sch… Read More...

Schusterman Center works toward Israel literacy

Nestled in a glass hallway on the third floor of the Mandel Center for the Humanities is the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies. Originally founded in 2007 under the vision of fo… Read More...

The community oriented future for Goldfarb and Farber

As a central hub for innovation and studying, Goldfarb Library and Farber Study Hall are at the center of campus, allowing students to study late into the night and collaborate wit… Read More...

Four-legged friends on campus

After a long day of classes and studying, seeing friendly faces on campus can instantly brighten someone’s day. Among the many Brandeis community members on campus, a few furry … Read More...

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