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Administration accepts SE proposal

A proposal submitted by Student Events to give the group control of 17 percent of the Student Activities Fee was accepted by the administration Monday, sources say. The administr… Read More...

Faculty committee criticizes Hindley punishment

HindleyA report by the Committee on Faculty Rights and Responsibilities declared that the Administration’s investigation on allegedly discriminatory remarks made by Professor Do… Read More...

Library adjusts 24-hour security

LTS has implemented changes to increase security, comfort, and relieve stress for the 24/7 session this year in response to overflowing trash, a used condom found in a stairwell, … Read More...

Students discuss gun policy at forum

Tuesday evening a forum was held to discuss gun policy on campus. Class of 2009 senator Julia Sferlazzo moderated the event, which featured Matt Rogers ’08 and Fanny Familia ’… Read More...

TYP students experience problems with Clinton ticket registration

Transitional Year Program students experienced problems registering for Monday’s speech by former President Bill Clinton. Clinton is scheduled as the inaugural speaker fo… Read More...

Editorial: Student Events and administration set dangerous precedent

Over Thanksgiving break, Senior Vice President for Students and Enrollment Jean Eddy accepted a proposal from Student Events that would allow the organization to spend its shar… Read More...

Letters to the Editor:

(In response to “Student Senate resolution”)

Dear Editor,

Last week’s Hoot featured an article about the failed Student Senate resolution demanding more t… Read More...

Book of Matthew: Why I didn't fall for Ron Paul

I must admit that Congressman Ron Paul could not have picked a better time to launch a libertarian presidential campaign. We as a nation are dealing with an enormous budget deficit… Read More...

Fighting with Pinpricks: A nod to the bandleader

My political education began in earnest at the age of five when I watched Casablanca in the basement of my childhood home. This week marks the 65th anniversary of that film and so it i… Read More...

Brandeis Labor Coalition: ‘Criminal Records Information System is in need of reform’

Do the letters CORI mean anything to you? You may already have some idea of what Brandeis’ policies on hiring university workers are based upon the workers you see around you … Read More...

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