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Fires occur in Village kitchen

Residents of the Village Quad were evacuated from their building last Thursday after a fire occurred in a common kitchen area. The fire, which occurred in Village 2A, was caused when a student left a… Read More...

Brandeis website redesign to go public in November

The Office of Communications, in collaboration with Web and Library Application Services (WaLAS), will be launching a redesigned Brandeis University website by the end of November this year. This will be the first layout redesign… Read More...

Update: Due to the Sukkot holiday, The Hoot will not come out until the following Monday.

Due to the Sukkot holiday, The Hoot will not come out until the following Monday.… Read More...

University holds lecture on MidEast challenges facing future president

The Rapaporte Treasure Hall hosted a series of speeches called The Spotlight on the Middle East-Challenges Facing the Next President on Thursday, which addressed the issues facing the next president regarding US policy and involvement… Read More...

Student attacked in Massell Quad

An unknown assailant attacked an unnamed male student in Massell Quad Friday August 31st just after midnight according to the department of public safety. While the student was attacked in Massell Quad, sources state that… Read More...

Sinha responds to construction petition

After complaints of loud construction work in the former Ridgewood lot, the Student Union and the Department of Capital Projects has begun work to accommodate for nearby residents. Construction of the Ridgewood lot began in… Read More...

New Union E-board to begin 2007-2008 term

The Student Union Executive Board, which had a few weeks of transition in last April before breaking for the summer, will have its first meeting Sunday, approaching this years term with a new three-pronged focus… Read More...

Game-On’s lost inventory found

The club Game-On came back from their summer break to find that their club storage space was unlocked, and some of their most valued games were taken. Group administrators of the board game club originally… Read More...

Search for new Jewish chaplain almost completed

The search for a new rabbi for Brandeis is almost at a close, say sources within the Office of Student Life. This comes after Rabbi Alan Lehmann resigned from the University in July to become… Read More...

Union focuses on diversity after controversial ad

The Brandeis Student Union, along with Assistant Dean of Student Life Jamele Adams and the Media Advisory Board, is working to promote further awareness of diversity on campus after a controversial advertisement was printed in… Read More...
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