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Heller overseer not to run for governer

Heller overseer Charles D. Baker will not run for the governorship of Massachusetts on the Republican ticket, despite his previous speculation that he would. This may imply that current Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will seek… Read More...

8 Brandeis students total sued for file sharing

Brandeis has made it onto the Recording Industry Association of Americas (RIAA) watch list since the RIAAs first round of lawsuits, which were directed at 13 different colleges over illegal use of the file-sharing program… Read More...

U.S. News drops Brandeis to 34

Brandeis was ranked 34 by U.S. News and World Report magazine among the Nations Top Universities, dropping two places from last years rankings. Harvard and Princeton tied for first. Brandeis has been hovering in the… Read More...

Reinharz accidental email reply sparks off campus media coverage

Editor's Note: This story has been updated from the print version with late breaking information. An email by University President Jehuda Reinharz inquiring of a students scholarship status was mistakenly sent to the student himself… Read More...

Debaters earn fifth at nationals

The Brandeis Academic Debate and Speech Society (BADaSS) placed fifth in the American Parliamentary Debate Associations (APDA) National Championships at Wesleyan University last weekend. Defeating teams from schools including Yale, William and Mary and Stanford,… Read More...

Interview with Jehuda Reinharz

THE HOOT: Did you write the response that he posted online? JEHUDA REINHARZ: It wasnt a response. I didnt respond. I sent an e-mail to John [Hose] which unfortunately I punched the wrong key, but… Read More...

Senate looks inward with budget changes

The Brandeis Student Union Senate debated next semesters budget last Sunday. The budget, which will be voted upon by the Senate in two days, includes several changes put forth by Treasurer Nick Freeman 07, who… Read More...

Party registration policy to be re-evaluated

Calling the policy unreasonable, University President Jehuda Reinharz told The Hoot that he is looking into changing a Residence Life policy requiring students to register parties seven to ten days in advance of holding them.… Read More...

Open House welcomes, tries to sway pre-frosh

Over 500 prospective students, with parents in tow, flocked to Brandeis campus this past Wednesday and Thursday to take part in the 2005 Brandeis open house. The event, organized annually by the office of admissions… Read More...

Brandeis alums open book store on Moody Street

This past September, recent Brandeis graduates Ezra Sternstein 04 and Alex Green 04 attended an end of the summer barbeque, where they realized that they were unsure of their futures. During a conversation about their… Read More...
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