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The campus megaphone

We are your megaphone. This is the newspaper for everyone, for the entire community. No matter what. This was one of the first messages that I was taught after joining The Hoot, and four year’s… Read More...

Here’s to four more years

Let’s take a trip back to 2004, when all of the seniors who will shortly graduate were first- years. There was no Facebook, John Kerry was running for President, the Red Sox had yet to… Read More...

Taking stock after seven semesters

Say it like you mean it – three years of The Hoot / seven semesters of The Hoot. What! Three years, seven months, and four days ago when I first stepped foot onto this campus,… Read More...

Community conversations

Since 2005 those looking for a forum to discuss and understand community issues found one in The Hoot. When The Hoot was first chartered in 2004, co-founder Igor Pedan told the Justice that he wanted… Read More...

Parting words on life at the ‘Deis

Instead of talking about The Hoot and how awesome it is, I thought that I would address Brandeis, and college for that matter, in a more general sense. These are the parting words of a… Read More...

Competition breeds quality

Fingers pound across the keyboard as the 10 p.m. “suggested deadline” flies past like a runaway freight train. The Treasurer of the Union is speaking into your ear as you send three e-mails at once.… Read More...

Over lunch, students and professors learn the truth about each other

During the last conversation with her advisor, David Cunningham, SOC, Kimberlee Bachman ’08 discussed chocolate and baseball because “they are two topics that I enjoy speaking with him about.” Not your typical office hour type… Read More...

So what are the Sakharov Archives?

If one looks closely at the floor diagrams on the walls of Goldfarb 1, the area of the library currently occupied by the Brandeis University Women’s Committee is labeled “Sakharov Archives.” Until 2004, Brandeis University… Read More...

With seniors leaving, some clubs find themselves endangered

Ben Douglas ’08 knows all about what it feels like to watch a club wither away and disappear. He’s seen it too many times, as a member of Digital Arts Club, Pirate Club, and, hopefully… Read More...

Golding Health Center offers students emergency contraceptives

The fifth time that Julia* ever had sex, the condom broke. Julia, who had been dating Mike* for about three weeks, had never had sex with any of her previous boyfriends, despite the fact that… Read More...
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