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Feinberg to propose changes to SAF

Union President Jenny Feinberg '07 will present a proposal to the Student Senate on Sunday which contains reforms to the way the Student Activities Fee (SAF) is disbursed. The proposal as written would radically alter… Read More...

Recent history in the distribution of the SAF

In a multi-part series, The Hoot examines the issues that have compounded over the last few years, and which have led to an outcry demanding change to the distribution amounts of the Student Activities Fee… Read More...

Board of Trustees to meet next week

The Board of Trustees will meet next week to discuss and vote on various topics pertinent to the university, including revisions to the universitys conflict of interest policies, changes to the Faculty Handbook, and the… Read More...

Proposed changes to SAF

Capital Expenditures Fund Established to provide quick funding to clubs that have large, emergency expenses 2% of F-board budget to Cap Ex Fund; $150,000 cap on fund Built to replace the individual emergency funds held… Read More...

Alarms in Village irritate residents

A fire alarm malfunction which caused an increase in frequency and duration of fire alarms in the Village residence hall has been identified and repaired, according to Vice President of Campus Operations Mark Collins. The… Read More...

Faculty postpones vote on tenure change

Brandeis faculty postponed a vote at their Mar. 2 meeting on a faculty handbook change that would alter the amount of time that it takes for a junior faculty member to gain tenure at the… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

Debate succeeds at weekend tournaments The Brandeis Academic Debate And Speech Society (BADASS) had participants make finals in two tournaments (one at Stanford, another at Mount Holyoke) last weekend, according to Debate President Shoshana Gordon… Read More...

Women’s basketball to play in NCAA tourney

For the first time in school history, the women's basketball team will be participating in the NCAA Division III tournament when they take on Salem State College today at 5 p.m. The first and second… Read More...

Reslife lottery errors frustrate students

The Department of Residence Life has encountered several problems in this years housing selection process that extend beyond students frustration over poor numbers. Several students found an empty mailbox on Feb. 17, when letters from… Read More...

Union leaders, administration officials pursue funding plan for club sports

The Student Union is currently in talks with the administration to try to secure funds for club sports organizations, according to Union Officials. According to a recent Union proposal, which was drafted by Jacob Bockelman… Read More...
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