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Off-campus students regain access to residence halls after outcry

The 2015-2016 “Student Rights and Responsibilities” handbook was finalized and submitted to the student community in an email from Director of Student Rights and Community Standards Kerry Guerard on Aug. 22. Some of the policy… Read More...

Moving forward: Don’t let the conversation die

Last week, The Brandeis Hoot published an anonymous opinion article about Department of Community Living policies that we should have been more critical of from the start. We should have investigated the claims, verified the… Read More...

A fast and furious face-off on Tuesday night

After a 10-day rest period, the men’s soccer team rolled over Lasell College with a 1-0 win on Tuesday night, Oct. 27. The Judges are now ranked No. 7 in Division III on D3Soccer.com and… Read More...

“As You Like It” Bostonian theme falls short

It’s a hard task to keep people interested in a Shakespeare play in this day and age. For one, that’s because it’s nearly impossible to make Shakespeare relatable to the average audience. Hold Thy Peace… Read More...

‘Love of the Nightingale’ has a promising opening night

The spirit of Ancient Greece was brought to the Carl J. Shapiro Theater last night as the Brandeis Ensemble Theater premiered their latest play, “The Love of the Nightingale.” Originally written in 1989 by British… Read More...

Women’s volleyball goes 1-2 in tourney

This past weekend the women’s volleyball team played in the Hall of Fame Invitational at Amherst College. The Judges played three games, ending with a record of 1-2. On Friday the Judges snatched a victory… Read More...

All-too-frequent alarms underscore larger problem

The high-pitched, deafening squeal of Brandeis’ alarms has, much to the dismay of residential students, become a part of everyday life. Alarms blare intermittently around campus, while almost every day you will hear a fire… Read More...

College Notebook: Chaplains reflect on BU religious tolerance event

Seventeen students came together to share their coming out experiences at Boston University’s School of Theology on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Students in the group Sacred Worth hosted the event, “Sacred Stories,” with the goal of… Read More...

Student Union releases financial survey results

Results from the Student Finance’s Survey were sent out to the Brandeis community, reporting discontent and confusion with the financial aid process and expressing students’ desire for more transparency in university finances. Representatives Grady Ward… Read More...

Coffeehouse prefaces ‘Nightingale’s’ deliberate inclusivity

On Friday, Oct. 23, Brandeis Ensemble Theatre (BET) hosted “The Love of the Nightingale” coffeehouse to promote their play, a retelling of an ancient Greek myth. This play explores violence as a theme, especially sexual… Read More...
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