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Overreacting Stomachs on Par with World War I

I dont know about you, but my body is a bit of a wacko. I say this not because I like to, as often as I may, go star spinning. This is when you go… Read More...

This election season, remembering what really matters

When a man goes to sit on the toilet to do number two (I am not willing to admit that women defecate like men do), it is inherently assumed that this will be a time… Read More...

Stop Somervilles divestment campaign

Something is rotten in the city of Somerville, Massachusetts. Having lost a campaign to divest city and corporate funds from Israeli bonds by a 10-0 city council vote last year, the Somerville Divestment Project (SDP)… Read More...

Confessions of a bored Facebook user

Does anyone remember the time before Facebook? Well, maybe not before Facebook, but at least before Facebook accepted Brandeis accounts? Once upon a time, Mark Zuckerberg (of a Mark Zuckerberg production fame) was working alongside… Read More...

Clarification about new contract for Deis workers

To the Editor: The misstatements, untruths and distortions in the Hoots September 9, 2005 editorial, Consequences of parity need consideration are too numerable to address in a single letter to the editor. Nonetheless, there were… Read More...

EDITORIAL: Fair Trade requires valid petition, actual discussion

At a recent faculty meeting, it was presented by Union officers that there is overwhelming support from the student body to replace all non-fair trade coffee on campus. This would lead to a roughly 20… Read More...

LETTER: Mens Fencing team Biography errors

To the Editor: I was raised by two journalists, my father an anthologized sports writer and my mother a political correspondent for the Boston Phoenix, so I am well aquatinted with the pressure that a… Read More...

EDITORIAL: Rich Graves will be missed

One third of returning Brandeis Windows users have at one point or another used an epithet to describe former Network Administrator Rich Graves after he kicked their virus-ridden computer off the network. Yet Graves actions… Read More...

FROMER: The Brandeis Bubble

Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly, Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams go, life is a barren field, frozen with snow. It was this… Read More...

The Reckoning, Pt. 1

Editor's Note: Michael Sitzman wrote this as a personal remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001. He gave The Hoot permission to reprint it. This is part I of II. If you have a Sept. 11, 2001… Read More...
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