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Take action to Save Ohno

Brandeis is taking part in the Save Ohno competition this October. SaveOhno, a national organization that holds competitions at many universities, encourages students to impr… Read More...

New Gen. Ed. requirements go to far

The Task Force on General Education released new General Education Requirements in early September. The Brandeis Hoot sees value in certain changes to the system, but we are conc… Read More...

Making progress but still a ways go for campus sustainability

While Brandeis is taking some steps to become greener, there is still a long way to go.

At the most recent State of Sustainability, campus leaders made clear that even though Brande… Read More...

Evaluating mailroom frustrations

The problems at the mailroom have been on the forefront of many students’ minds. With long lines and wait times of more than 90 minutes, combined with the added frustration of fir… Read More...

Brandeis must continue to support students on DACA status

Since its founding, Brandeis has provided a refuge for students not welcome elsewhere. The 1948 Brandeis admissions brochure put “meeting the growing problem of discriminat… Read More...

New student book forum starts important conversation

Incoming first-years will participate in the Undergraduate Orientation Book Forum, the only time the entire class reads the same book and participates in a discussion together Read More...

Erasing signs of protest does not negate existence of campus sexual violence

In an effort to shed light on sexual violence perpetrated on campus, Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV) hung banners in the SCC and arranged flags on a nearby walkRead More...

Beyond trial, menstrual product campaign should remain in hands of Union

After April break, the Student Union will begin a month-long trial of distributing free menstrual products in select men’s and women’s bathrooms across campus, and also at SRead More...

Graduate student worker union a necessary protection

Graduate student workers are an integral component of our university community. They are our teaching assistants, and they do the difficult and not always glamorous work in reseRead More...

Evaluating the scope of campus journalism

The Brandeis Hoot has been in conversation with Vice President for Student Affairs Sheryl Sousa ’90 and The Justice regarding the rights and responsibilities of student journRead More...

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