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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...

Union officials pursue reform to SAF

The Student Union is forming a proposal to reform the Student Activities Fee (SAF) which is designed to increase accountability among secured groups and enforce collaboration for major campus events, according to Union President Jenny… Read More...

Reslife cites residents in East Quad

Over 60 of the 390 residents of East Quad were cited by Residence Life over break of various violations, according to several students who live in the quad. Students were surprised to find notices on… Read More...

Archon funding questioned

Student Union leaders have been evaluating the funding of Archon, the Brandeis University yearbook, due to its failure to print its class of 2005 yearbook on time, according to Union officials. We are working with… Read More...

CSF display vandalized

A Christian Bulletin Board in the Usdan Student Center was found to be vandalized on Jan. 30, according to Assistant Dean of Student Life Jamele Adams. As a result of the vandalism, Dean Sawyer has… Read More...

BEMCo not called during Heller threat

Sources from within the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps (BEMCo) have claimed that the Department of Public Safety violated campus emergency protocol by failing to activate the campus EMTs during the Jan. 18 terrorist threat on… Read More...

IPTV pilot,Take 2

Library and Technology Services (LTS) is launching another pilot this semester for Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), according to LTS officials. The IPTV system has two purposes: first, to allow viewers on campus to watch streaming… Read More...

The Brandeis Brief

The Class of 2005 yearbook was not finished on time, according to an email from Archon Yearbook Editorial Staff sent to members of the class of 2005. The email states that the book will take… Read More...

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...
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