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SAF history, 2001-2004: corruption and mismanagement

In a multi-part series, The Hoot examines some issues that have led to an outcry for change in the way the Student Activities Fee (SAF) is managed. In Part 1, last semester, The Hoot examined… Read More...

Student leaders not consulted on draft of alcohol policy

Student leaders complained this week of a lack of consultation from the administration regarding the recent drafting of a university policy regarding alcohol at student-run events. The policy, which was obtained by The Hoot, states… Read More...

‘Senior Speaker’ selection process changed

On Dec. 11, 2005 the Student Union Senate passed a resolution in response to changes in the senior speaker selection process made by the Office of the Dean of Student Life. The changes in the… Read More...

Stein given warning from Waltham Liquor Comm.

The universitys Stein restaurant received a warning from the Waltham Liquor Commission at a hearing Tuesday after failing a recent compliance check, according to Waltham police. The warning puts no restrictions on the Steins ability… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

Zionist Organization of America threatens boycott The Zionist Organization of America has threatened to boycott the University due to its employment of Khalil Shikaki, a scholar at Brandeis Crown Center for Middle East Studies, according… Read More...

Nashim funding threatened

A group headed by Albert Cahn 07 and Robbie Schwartz 08 appeared in front of the Student Union Senate Dec. 11 to prevent the Hillel member group Nashim from receiving Student Activity Fee (SAF) funding… Read More...

Terrorist threat on Heller

The Office of Public Safety received an anonymous e-mail Wednesday claiming that there was an imminent threat to the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, resulting in an evacuation of several University buildings and… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

The Shapiro Campus Center will not be open 24 hours a day during finals due to the budgetary constraints of the Division of Student Life. Assistant Dean of Student Life Alwina Bennett is expected to… Read More...

Attacks in Village, Massell

The rooms of four female residents of the Village and Massell quads were entered last weekend by an unknown college-age assailant, and one resident was assaulted, according to Ed Callahan and the Waltham Police Department.… Read More...

Stein staff stungby WPD

The Stein restaurant was caught serving alcohol to underage individuals on November 10th and may lose its liquor license, according to Waltham Police. A compliance check, led by Lieutenant Joseph Brooks of the Waltham Police… Read More...
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