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Admin.’s reversal admits mistakes

Last week, the study body was in uproar over two decisions by the administration. They announced the reorganization of Chum’s Coffeehouse and the closing of the Women’s Reso… Read More...

Admin.’s opacity unacceptable

This week, the Brandeis administration surprised the student body with the sudden reorganization of the staff of Chum’s Coffee House and the closing of the Women’s Resource … Read More...

Union positions should be competitive and coveted

This week, Brandeis held its annual Student Union elections, and The Brandeis Hoot is dismayed by the apathy among Brandeis students. Very few students run for Student Union posi… Read More...

RCC’s opening positive progress

This week, Brandeis celebrated the opening of its Rape Crisis Center. The RCC aims to act as a safe space where students feel comfortable reporting and receiving support followin… Read More...

Univ. snowstorm staff should not go unnoticed

This has been a historic winter for the Northeast. Boston topped 100 inches of cumulative snow for only the second time in recorded history. So far, Brandeis has closed four times a… Read More...

President should consult student opinion

This past Friday, Jan. 30, Brandeis President Frederick M. Lawrence announced that he will resign from the university at the end of this academic year. After five years in the posi… Read More...

Student electoral apathy disappointing

With the biannual tradition of Student Union elections commencing once again this past Wednesday, a typical shortcoming of the Brandeis student body rose to light once again. De… Read More...

Admin. moves forward on student concerns

Far too often, the administration discusses lofty goals and projects, only to put them on hold after the initial support has diminished. Examples include previous student compl… Read More...

Allies enhance Brandeis experience

This week’s edition of The Brandeis Hoot features two news articles about two different trusted campus allies, one leaving his duties on campus and the other returning. As most … Read More...

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