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FRC report calls for retainer of ancient Greek and most other proposed cuts

The Faculty Review Committee (FRC) released its long anticipated report just prior to February break evaluating Dean of Arts and Sciences Adam Jaffes proposals to change the Brandeis Curriculum. The report will act as a recommendation to the Provost, Marty … Read More...

EDITORIAL: Open government is fundemental in discussions affecting students

Last week in these pages we reproduced an unedited e-mail from a Student Union senator to the rest of the Senate, sent on that bodys private mailing list. In the e-mail, Noah Haber 08 noted that he had just stumbled … Read More...

Traying costs Aramark 100s of trays

While students chose many ways to enjoy recent snow days, one popular past time that continued was sledding. It is widely known that the best ad hoc sled for a college student is a cafeteria tray. Theft of trays by … Read More...

Mock Trial denied funding to attend national tournament

Note: This article has been corrected to include three paragraphs inadvertently omitted in the print publication.

The Brandeis University Mock Trial Association, which last week won a coveted spot at a national tournament in Florida, may not be able to … Read More...

Mock Trial team has conviction for regional competition

Brandeis Universitys Mock Trial Association will vie for a national slot at an intense two-day competition to take place this weekend at Connecticuts Manchester Community College (MCC). The 2005 American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Northeastern Regional Mock Trial Tournament will … Read More...

Snow storm delays Modfest, now may be held Feb. 12

University classes were cancelled all day Monday and on Wednesday after 2 p.m. due to incliment weather resulting from over three total feet of snow being dumped on New England. Classes, however, were not the only thing effected by the … Read More...

VERBATIM: Union Senate E-mails

The following message was sent to the Student Union Senate mailing list. It is presented here without comment.

So I was browsing F-Board stuff and discovered that we have an F-Board Member for Racial Minority Students. OK, let me get … Read More...

New TV over IP possible

Five years after Brandeis began providing cable television for every student on campus, Information Technology Services (ITS) is piloting a program that can bring it to the computer screen.

Announced to campus media last week after inquiries from the Hoot, … Read More...

EDITORIAL: In Mock Trial fiasco, blame is shared

None of the Student Union Senators who voted to approve the charter of Brandeis University Mock Trial Association back in 2001 are still on Senate today, and few of them are even still at Brandeis. Thus there is no one … Read More...

LETTER: Small mistake makes big difference in Shoebat article

To The Editor:

We could not help but notice that in the last edition of The Hoot, an article by Danny Wolfe identified Walid Shoebat as being from the town of Bethlehem, Israel. Though this might seem a trivial matter, … Read More...

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