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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...

BREAKING NEWS: Brandeis students unscathed in RIAA i2hub crackdown

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) announced Tuesday that it intends to file 405 lawsuits against students at 18 Universities for swapping music using i2hub, a popular file-sharing client used by thousands of students… 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...

Offensive music in North disrupts Take Back The Night rally

A student blasted the song Rape Me by the band Nirvana outside North Quad at the conclusion of the annual Brandeis Take Back the Night rally Wednesday night, in which event organizers said over 100… Read More...

NEWS RELEASE: BTV gets studio space

After finalizing the details of an agreement with Residence Life in the late afternoon on Thursday, BTV proudly announces the acquisition of a space in Ziv Commons to use as a semi-permanent studio space for… Read More...

Popes Brandeis ties

On April 2, 2005, 9:37 PM Pope John Paul II died after a long struggle with Parkinsons Disease. Born into humble circumstances in 1920 as Koral Wojtyla, he had risen from being an unknown priest… Read More...

SMR system changed

The Union Senate changed the Senate Money Request (SMR) system in a by-law passed by a vote of 12 to five at the March 20 Senate meeting. Previously, any club or person who needed funding… Read More...

Conservative coming out week

Like many small, liberal-arts colleges in the Northeast, a majority of Brandeis students are liberal Democrats. However, this week is Conservative Coming-Out Week, featuring a series of events designed to bolster awareness that Brandeis has… Read More...

Bennett arrested for violating CAN-SPAM act*

Yesterday in a shocking development Assistant Dean of Student Life Alwina Bennett was arrested by federal agents for violating Federal Anti-Spam Laws. Bennett, who sends hourly e-mails to students informing them that there is something… Read More...

ModFest a success*

Editor's Note: All contents of this story are false. It was published on April 1 as part of The Hoot's April 1 issue. Nothing of this story is based in reality. Though three students were… Read More...
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