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Univ. should reconsider regular tuition increases

The Brandeis community received a familiar email from Interim President Lisa Lynch informing it of a 3.9 percent tuition increase, set to take effect for fall 2016. The university justified the increase by listing campus improvements, new hires and services … Read More...

The Hoot will treat TBTN with respect

The Brandeis Hoot Editorial Board would like to address student concerns about campus media coverage of Take Back the Night (TBTN) next Monday. TBTN is a critical event on campus for survivors of sexual assault, and we would like to … Read More...

Mad Lib Contest: _____ disturbs our _____ needs

What do you think this article is about? Fill in the blanks and YOU could be published in The Brandeis Hoot! Send your submission to eic@thebrandeishoot.com by next Wednesday to be considered!

With the change in _____ comes students and … Read More...

B.SASV proposes plenty of ideas, admin. should act

Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violence (B.SASV) issued a progress report this week, two years after their petition calling on the university to improve services for survivors of sexual harassment and assault on campus. The Brandeis Hoot published an article this … Read More...

Don’t read this, go vote!

In the upcoming round of Student Union elections, Brandeis undergraduates will be presented with choices to make up and down the ballot. The offices up for election include President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Junior Representative to the Board of Trustees, … Read More...

We said yes! to Marathon proposal

This week, the Student Union announced a new proposal designed to reform the club finance Marathon process by having a single two-week session per semester, rather than two separate week-long Marathons per semester. At a press conference held this Wednesday, … Read More...

In Loving Memory: Zimeng ‘Boots’ Xue

Zimeng “Boots” Xue ’18 died Feb. 29, 2016 at age 20. She was born on Feb. 14, 1995 in Beijing, China. Boots fenced foil for the Brandeis women’s fencing team and was a gifted artist and beloved member of her … Read More...

Police should do more to prevent future incidents on South St.

On Wednesday of this week, the Brandeis community received another email from Director of Public Safety Ed Callahan about an incident of indecent exposure on South Street. This marks the seventh time that students have been harassed just off campus … Read More...

Students should pay attention to rushed housing proposals

The Department of Community Living and the Student Union released two proposals today regarding changes to the housing lottery, as The Brandeis Hoot reported in a news article this week.

Though The Hoot editorial board recognizes that it is time … Read More...

Castle renovations needed, but univ. should clarify housing plans

Interim President Lisa Lynch recently sent an email detailing the demolition and renovations that will occur on Usen Castle over the next two years. Despite concerns about the safety of the building, students will still live in the Castle for … Read More...

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