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APRIL FOOLS: New course lottery system

The housing lottery has passed once again, and another successful year for the Department of Residence draws to a close. The lottery system allows for students to choose their housing in a fair and surprising… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: Socially active students: priority in housing lottery

The Department of Residence Life has announced major reforms in the Housing Lottery system. Due to the vast amount of complaining among the student body, Residence Life will now give students with the most friends… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: Brandeis Police armed;

In a historic decision, Brandeis police were given permission to carry guns. After years of petitioning and debating with administration, the police are now allowed to defend themselves. In addition, to compensate for years in… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: JUSTICE BUYS HOOT

In a surprise move Monday, Brandeis newspaper the Justice purchased The Hoot, according to Justice Editor in Chief Dan Hirschhorn 07. Its a new era for our campus, said Hirschorn of the purchase. Finally, students… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: Jon Stewart selected for commencement

The Board of Trustees has just announced that famed Daily Show host Jon Stewart will speak at this years Commencement ceremony. Students just kept coming and coming, said Jules Schwartz, a member of the Board… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: RIDGEWOOD, we hardly knew ye

Think youre living in Ridgewood quad next year? Well, unfortunately, youre not. Harper Construction Corporation has decided to speed up the building process and tear down the quad this May. Hundreds of sophomores will be… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: The Brandeis Brief

Gordie Fellman joins gang Students and faculty alike were shocked by Professor Gordie Fellmans (SOC) announcement that he has joined a violent local gang. Yeah, I just woke up one day and thought, what am… Read More...

APRIL FOOLS: Statue for Chapels Field

Renovation has begun on Chapels field, where Brandeis has decided to build a statue on the field, in honor of the 2005-6 Womens Basketball team making the Division III NCAA tournament this year. In honor… Read More...

Theater: Urinetown or bust

Saturday, March 25, the Shapiro Theater found itself over capacity. People filled all 249 seats, as well as two additional rows in the back of the theater. A line stretched out from the box office… Read More...

New side of Spike

Spike Lee brings perhaps the most mainstream effort of his career to audiences everywhere this week with Inside Man. After spending more than twenty years using the city of New York as a lens through… Read More...
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