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Stay connected this break

Over the last few weeks, the number of cases of the novel coronavirus in the United States has spiked significantly. As students leave campus for the semester, we, the editorial board of The Brandeis Hoot,… Read More...

To the start and end of my senior season

When I played organized basketball for the first time at the young age of six, I never pictured myself still surrounded by the game some 15 years later. I do, however, remember the way that… Read More...

Now the real work begins

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last two weeks (and honestly who could blame you), there was a presidential election. Leading up to the election, it was nearly impossible to drive… Read More...

Research Technology and Innovation still designing and prototyping despite restrictions

As different parts of campus continue to adjust to fully virtual workspaces, departments have been forced to get creative on how to continue to engage students and the Brandeis community. And while the library is… Read More...

2020 World Series Recap

The 2020 MLB season is officially over. Due to the coronavirus and the resulting limitations, this season was unlike any other, and it is safe to say these playoffs were also a roller coaster. However,… Read More...

Panera’s flat flatbread pizza

Panera officially started serving flatbread pizza on Oct. 28, so being the avid food lovers (and critics) we are, we had to try them. The flatbread pizzas come in three flavors: Margherita, Chipotle Chicken and… Read More...

TEDx hears from five speakers about ‘wellness in the new age’

TEDxBrandeisUniversity hosted five guest speakers in its annual event on Nov. 1 through Zoom and Facebook Live after the event was postponed twice. TEDx at Brandeis featured Ruben Kanya ’14, Prof. Kristen Lucken (IGS), Eric… Read More...

Return of ‘The Mandalorian:’ now with dragons, spiders and more Baby Yoda and Dad Djarin content

After months of anticipation, the long-awaited second season of “The Mandalorian” hit Disney+ on Oct. 30. Viewers will remember that the first season of “The Mandalorian” left off with Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) being tasked… Read More...

Brandeis Athletics inducts 2021 Athletics Hall of Fame class

The hall of fame is something held in high esteem for all athletes. No matter the league, sport or position you play, being inducted into such a place is a sign of honor, respect and,… Read More...

Hoot Recommends: Halloween edition

“Halloween” The 1978 spooky classic Halloween is perfect if you are looking for a nostalgic 70s movie about a rogue psychiatric patient turned stabbing murderer. Although the violence definitely appears toned down to modern day… Read More...
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