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LE: Students bring smiles to Vietnamese poor

This past Christmas and New Year season, the lives of 280 poor Vietnamese children have been touched by endless efforts, love and financial support from Brandeis in many ways. Bring yourself to Vietnam, the beautiful… Read More...

LETTER: Rumors about pre-meds false

As many Brandeis students and prospective students know, there are a good number of pre-meds with high goals and lofty dreams right here at Brandeis. You may not recognize them at first, but they are… Read More...

FARBER: Fe-males with brass fingernails

People often ask me, Rafi, what is the meaning of Fife? To which I answer, almost without thinking due to my instantaneous wolf-like instincts honed by countless years of training in the area despite the… Read More...

WRITER'S BLOCK: Saying goodbye to summer camp

I think that I can now say with authority that weve finally rounded the bend and begun that annual slide into spring. My sweaters are long gone. Boots are out, flip flops are in. It… Read More...

LETTER: Fair trade did release poll results

Contrary to what The Hoot stated in an article in the March 25 edition, the Fair Trade Brigade released the results of the elections poll on switching to all fair trade coffee almost immediately after… Read More...

EDITORIAL: Students should have final say on IPTV move

With the distribution of the new Cisco 7940 phones, students can begin testing IPTV. We urge all students to go into these tests with an open mind and to judge the new system not based… Read More...

WOLFE: Conservatives coming out next week

This coming week the Brandeis Republicans are planning a variety of events for Conservative coming out week. Because Republicans at Brandeis are one of the smallest minorities on campus, the week intends to show all… Read More...

VERBATIM: Endorsement Request

The following e-mail exchanged occured between Class of 2007 senate candidate Josh Karpoff and the Societie Chaotique Brandesienne. It is presented here without comment. Greetings flingrels and Whanton Bringblots! I come to you to request,… Read More...

MAIRSON: Mideast Scholarship, A Canard

The Crown Center for Middle East Studies opens at Brandeis on April 5 with a conference, Middle East Studies in the U.S.: What is the Debate About? An answer to that question was given by… Read More...

LETTER: More facts to round out article on Nomani's visit

To the editor: Im glad that journalist Asra Nomanis visit to our campus made the headline of your March 25 issue. A couple of additional facts and one correction could round out the article. First… Read More...
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