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Working toward a more inclusive Brandeis

Last week during her keynote address, Dr. Blanca Vega ’98 called Brandeis a “white space” that does not acknowledge minority groups. Brandeis’ founding in 1948 is rooted in a set of Jewish history and experiences.… Read More...

Hopes for positive change

UPDATED: 9/16, 2:10 p.m. With all the changes happening within the Student Union and university administration, we as an editorial board are unsure of how these internal instabilities will affect the student body. The administration… Read More...

Give candidates more time to campaign

With the Student Union elections coming up, it is time to think about how Brandeis as a community treats elections. Students who are interested in running for positions on the Student Union are given seven… Read More...

Last year in the headlines

To the incoming class of 2023, The Brandeis Hoot’s editorial board would like to welcome you to Brandeis! The Hoot is Brandeis’ community newspaper, written about, for and by the Brandeis community. Our school has… Read More...

The Union: Looking ahead to more improvement

As the newest class of Union members were sworn in at the State of the Union on Thursday, former President Hannah Brown ’19 reflected on the ups and downs of the Union during the past… Read More...

Thank you for supporting The Hoot

Even though Class of 2019 Senator Kent Dinlenc withdrew his proposal to de-charter The Hoot last night, The Brandeis Hoot editorial board cannot disregard the lingering effects that his actions had and will have on… Read More...

Put more faith in Brandeis students

Before John Stossel spoke at the Young Americans for Liberty event on Monday, April 1, Director of Student Activities Dennis Hicks read a prepared speech essentially warning students that if they were to disrupt the… Read More...

Celebrating the women of Brandeis

April will arrive on Monday, signaling the end of March’s unpredictable weather and hopefully an increase in sunshine. However, the end of March also signals the end of Women’s History Month, and we at The… Read More...

Admin slow to act but upcoming AAPI minor a good step

The Brandeis administration recently announced its intention to construct a new Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Studies minor in the next academic year, after continuous requests from interested students. This acquiescence of the university to… Read More...

Scholarships are not sufficient to make Brandeis affordable

The scandals that have recently inundated mainstream news about wealthy parents paying universities to admit their children represent a well-known secret that plagues the American university system. Students coming from a wealthy background have a… Read More...
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