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Remembering Howard Zinn: 1922-2010

For about four decades, Howard Zinn, the Boston University historian who died last week at the age of 87, played so conspicuous a role in the political and academic life of Boston th… Read More...

Rose 200th birthday celebration inspires conversation about activism

celebrating activism: WSRC scholar Paula Doress-Worters spoke about the activist Ernestine L. Rose who was born 200 years ago this week.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Paula Hoekstra/The Hoot</i>Thursday marked the 200th birthday of Ernestine Rose, and the Women’s Studies Research Center celebrated with a party worthy of the activist, who spent her life fighting for hu… Read More...

‘Ribbon’ leaves audience tied up

Evil begets evil. That’s the central message in Austrian director Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon,” a film that examines the causes of World War II. Instead of weavin… Read More...

Currying flavor with enticing eggplants

<i>PHOTO BY Alison Channon/The Hoot</i>I love eggplant. But until recently, I’ve been insecure cooking it. I would always order eggplant at restaurants (and I have paid for some delicious eggplant), but it seemed a sh… Read More...

State of the Union

Photo by Max Shay/The Hoot

In the wake of Diana Aronin’s removal and breach of the student Constitution, the Student Union is reeling from both the loss of a secretary and much of i… Read More...

Aronin removed from office following UJ conviction

Diana Aronin '11 sits during the UJ trial on Sunday, January 24th
PHOTO BY Robbie Hammer/The Hoot

The Union Judiciary (UJ) voted to remove former Union Secretary Diana Aronin ’1… Read More...

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