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Klausen discusses her book and cartoons that ‘shook the world’

<i>PHOTO BY Phil Small/The Hoot</i>

PHOTO BY Phil Small/The Hoot

Professor Jytte Klausen (POL) addressed the causes of violence and controversy over a Muslim cartoon editorial published in the Danish newspaper Jy… Read More...

Capital projects not cause of univ. financial crisis

President Jehuda Reinharz sent an e-mail message to all faculty members last week debunking an article written in Harper’s Magazine entitled, “Voodoo Academics: Brandeis … Read More...

Eco-reps encourage students to make their dorm rooms ‘green’ certified

Green Rooms: This model “green room” in the Shapiro Campus Center atrium demostrates how students can help the environment in their everyday lives by conserving water and energy.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

Green Rooms: This model “green room” in the Shapiro Campus Center atrium demostrates how students can help the environment in their everyday lives by conserving water and en

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Some members of Student Union Constitutional Review Committee appointed, not all

The_Hoot_10-30-09_Page_04_Image_0001Nine students were appointed this week to the Student Union Constitutional Review Task Force, which will be charged with reviewing the Student Union Constitution.

The Student U… Read More...

Memorializing the fall of the Berlin Wall

Brandeis hosted both a pro-democracy official and a unique German Cold war Hero, Tuesday at the event “Twenty Years After,” a remembrance of the 20th anniversary of the fall o… Read More...

Union endowment committee chosen

Student Union President Andy Hogan ’11 appointed eight members to the Committee on Endowment Ethics and Responsibility (CEER) Thursday evening.

CEER’s main goal is to impr… Read More...

Former theater arts student combines passion with service

KENNEDY CENTER: After graduating in May, former theater arts student Gabrielle Young is now in the midst of a four month long internship at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts where she is in charge of $10,500 grant budget for schools.   <br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/www.Time-More.com<i>

KENNEDY CENTER: After graduating in May, former theater arts student Gabrielle Young is now in the midst of a four month long internship at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Ar

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Shining the spotlight on teamwork

AVOIDInG THE LIMELIGHT: Supervisor of Grounds and Vehicles Dennis Finn is quick to acknowledge all of the hard work of the staff in facilities. “We’re a team here,” he says. <br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

AVOIDInG THE LIMELIGHT: Supervisor of Grounds and Vehicles Dennis Finn is quick to acknowledge all of the hard work of the staff in facilities. “We’re a team here,” he says.

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How Brandeis does the World Series

October is a beautiful time of year. It brings the real start of fall, with leaves changing and a bit of a nip in the air. In theory we’re settled into life at school. Most importantl… Read More...

HEAD TO HEAD: Why I am a Phillies fan

To my knowledge, “Phillies” doesn’t really mean anything. Every team has some icon to represent themselves, like Red Sox, Cardinals, or even the Orioles. Phillies has no m… Read More...

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