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Student-led shirt initiative leads to UJ deliberation

The practices of Brandeis.CampusShirts.net, a student-led screen printing initiative, have led to a possible Union Judiciary investigation, sources said Thursday. The debate comes after student allegations of undue pressure on student clubs, as well as… Read More...

Panel discusses wrongful convictions and Maher case

The Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism and the Justice Brandeis Innocence Project hosted Righting Wrongful Convictions: A Dialogue between an Exoneree and his Prosecutor Tuesday, where wrongly convicted man Dennis Maher spoke alongside his prosecutor.… Read More...

Registrar ethnicity options create Student Union elections concern

Following the candidacy of an allegedly white student for Senator for Racial Minority Students, questions have surfaced regarding the issue of changing ones race with the registrar for the purposes of Student Union elections. According… Read More...

QRC lobbies for new staff position for gender identity and sexuality

Following a 2003 proposal to increase resources for queer students at Brandeis, the Queer Resource Center (QRC) is advocating a new position to educate and address the community in issues of gender and identity and… Read More...

Rabbi Lehmann steps down as Jewish chaplain

Rabbi Allan Lehmann, Brandeis Jewish Chaplain and the Rabbinic Hillel Director, will be leaving Brandeis at the end of this term to take a position as Associate Dean of the Rabbinic School at Hebrew College… Read More...

Schwartzbaum gives State of the Union

Outgoing Student Union President Alison Schwartzbaum '08 gave her final State of the Union address Monday night in the Shapiro Atrium. Highlighting the best of an eventful semester, Schwartzbaum heralded her administrations successes working with… Read More...

Bronstein Week activities

FRIDAY 4/20 Cosmic Flavor: FREE Dippin Dots in the Boulevard! (Usdan Boulevard, 11am-2pm) Munchies on the Moon: THE MUNCHIE MOBILE IS BACK! (Various Locations, 11pm-1am) Moonwalk to Mardi Gras: Katrina Benefit Dance (Shapiro Atrium, 11pm-2am)… Read More...

Strange but true

Mother abandons child over poor soccer performance A Lincoln, Nebraska mother was upset when her daughter performed poorly in a Saturday soccer game, so on the way home she told her daughter to repeat the… Read More...

Sitting down with Aaron Voldman

Aaron Voldman 09, founder of the Student Peace Movement and a co-founder and member of Brandeis Students Peace Alliance, spoke with the Hoot about his involvement in the movement for a Department of Peace. David… Read More...

A look at the candidates for elections, round 2

After last months elections of for the Student Union executive board, a subsequent election will take place next week to determine the other members of the Student Union for the 2007-2008 school year. This second… Read More...
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