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Chemistry and Brandeis: hitting the double bonus

Like all writers, I face a certain challenge as I sit to write. First, welcome to my first-ever column in The Hoot, and my first-ever column in, well, anything. Thanks to the Opinions editor and… Read More...

Super Bowl previews in desperate need of a sane change

As I sat down to watch Super Bowl XL, beer in hand, I, like most other Americans, couldnt help but wonder why ABC chose to name the most popular television event in history after a… Read More...

A Brandeis homecoming

I am just a poor boy; though my storys seldom told, I have squandered my resistance for a pocketful of mumbles. Such are promises: All lies and jest; Still, a man hears what he wants… Read More...

Whether or not to Walk the Line

The series of strange and confusing events that lead me to Walk the Line this past weekend almost seem like seeing this movie was fated. If a few things had gone differently, I would have… Read More...

That boy's got "whoa"

Imagine the kind of pressure you put on yourself for that big midterm paper. Let that feeling sit in your stomach for weeks, months, and years on end rather than the few measly hours you… Read More...

CSF display vandalized

A Christian Bulletin Board in the Usdan Student Center was found to be vandalized on Jan. 30, according to Assistant Dean of Student Life Jamele Adams. As a result of the vandalism, Dean Sawyer has… Read More...

Archon funding questioned

Student Union leaders have been evaluating the funding of Archon, the Brandeis University yearbook, due to its failure to print its class of 2005 yearbook on time, according to Union officials. We are working with… Read More...

Reslife cites residents in East Quad

Over 60 of the 390 residents of East Quad were cited by Residence Life over break of various violations, according to several students who live in the quad. Students were surprised to find notices on… Read More...

Union officials pursue reform to SAF

The Student Union is forming a proposal to reform the Student Activities Fee (SAF) which is designed to increase accountability among secured groups and enforce collaboration for major campus events, according to Union President Jenny… Read More...

Dual triumphs

In a heavily contested bout versus rival NYU, both the mens and womens fencing teams came out with 14-13 wins to capture the UAA championships. Never before in Brandeis history have the mens and womens… Read More...
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