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Students have options to voice curriculum concerns

A Dec. 9 forum in Levin Ballroom gave students a chance to voice their opinions regarding the proposed curriculum changes. The forum was designed to give students the opportunity to learn more about the Arts… Read More...

Operation Student Shield misdirected

The tragic and disheartening events following this falls improbable, seemingly impossible, Red Sox championship have left many in our community searching for an appropriate scapegoat. Some quickly blamed the bedlam, injuries, and unfortunate fatality on… Read More...

Seinfeld DVD success proves show still on top

With natural disasters, murder trials, and election analysis taking center stage in the news during the last two months, at least one very important and historic event has gone almost entirely unreported. The first three… Read More...

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter may speak on campus

Ann Coulter, a controversial conservative political pundit, may be visiting Brandeis to speak to students in early April. The event, scheduled to take place on April 7, is being organized by the Brandeis Republican Club.… Read More...

Allow us to introduce the Hoot

Many people have commented over the past few semesters about various problems they perceive within the Justice. Some of their criticisms may just be normal bickering, some having to do with accuracy, misquoting, timliness and… Read More...

Editorial: Coulter visit may be a good thing if executed correctly

NRA president Charlton Hestons 1999 visit to Brandeis was, despite the best efforts of event organizer Bryan Rudnick, a high point in Brandeis political life. While the potential for controversy was high (and heightened by… Read More...

Heller Dean to leave post

Dean Jack Shonkoff (Heller) will be stepping down on Aug. 31 from his post as Dean of Heller School after eleven years of service, University President Jehuda Reinharz announced in an e-mail to the entire… Read More...

Letters to the Editor

To The Editors: In recognition of the launch edition of The Hoot, I extend best wishes from the staff and leaders in the student life group. Over the years, Brandeis has enjoyed similar start ups… Read More...

Weekend phone outages allowed for free phone calls

The Brandeis campus lost off-campus telephone service from early morning on Saturday, December 18 until noon the next day. The outage was a result of a failed system upgrade by Paetec Communications, Brandeis off-campus telephone… Read More...

Brandeis students in different world than young pro athletes

This past winter break, two people who play important roles in my life celebrated their twentieth birthdays. The individuals could not be more different, one a student, the other an athlete. One is female; the… Read More...
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