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Penny-jammed doors at Grad a security and financial problem

Brandeis has spent over $5,000 to repair locks on exterior doors of all four buildings at the Charles River (Grad) apartments that students have jammed with pennies or other objects. The Department of Community Living… Read More...

Asian American studies course returns after five years with new professor

Patrick Chung, an adjunct lecturer, will teach the new course on Asian American Experience, said members of the Brandeis Asian American Task Force (BAATF) at a town hall event this past Monday. The course is… Read More...

Prof. Jonathan Sarna named Univ. Prof., reflects on time at Brandeis

Professor Jonathan Sarna ’75 was named University professor, the highest ranking position a professor can receive. Sarna specializes in American Jewish History in the department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies (NEJS). He has been… Read More...

The mysterious graffiti box explained

You may have passed by the SCC last week and wondered why there was a giant wooden box. With no identifying information, it may have been puzzling to understand what the purpose of the box… Read More...

Univ. must remain responsive to student opinion

It is no secret that many facets of Brandeis University’s operations are in need of improvement, from student relations with the administration to the food currently served at Sherman. At this time of year, complaints… Read More...

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From the historic achievements of the Ford Hall 2015 movement to the Castle’s impending destruction, The Brandeis Hoot has covered a range of stories this year that all impact our community. However, it’s not always… Read More...

Brandeis students need to be less stressed about stress

Brandeis students feel they face a lot of stress. Given the sheer number of stressors in their life—troubles with school, friends, family, substances, health and so on can really make a student stressed. But as… Read More...

In the Senate: April 10

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Prof. George Ross returns to Brandeis to discuss European Dream

The European Union is in a state of multiple crises, according to George Ross, the ad personam Chaire Jean Monnet at University of Montreal-McGill Center for Excellence on the European Union. Having taught in the… Read More...

Maintain a steady supply of menstrual products at C-store

Brenda was going about her Saturday when she had a surprise visit from Mother Nature. She had started her period, but she had run out of feminine care products. She decided to buy tampons from… Read More...
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