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Judges ride two-game winning streak to get above .500

The Brandeis women’s basketball team crushed visiting Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) 64-38 on Dec. 5, winning their second game in a row and improving their season to 5-4. The ENC Lions fall to 4-4. This… Read More...

Judges repeat as ECAC New England Division III champions

The top-seeded Brandeis Judges repeated as ECAC Division III New England champs with an 8-0 blowout win against second-seeded Albertus Magnus College on Gordon Field Sunday at noon. Brandeis finishes the season at 15-5-1 while… Read More...

Rose media coverage rebounds after reopening

What a difference two years makes. This was the common sentiment among not just Brandeis University students and faculty last week, but for the media and art aficionados as well. The Rose Art Museum reopened… Read More...

Three Rose exhibits spotlight permanent collection

For those already well-acquainted with The Rose Art Museum’s wonderful permanent collection, Thursday’s reopening contained little in the way of surprises. It did, however, unveil three expertly curated exhibits that reveal the museum’s rich history… Read More...

Texting while driving still pervasive, despite ban

Massachusetts banned texting while driving last September; yet, law enforcement officials have struggled to enforce the new law during the past year, with police in the state issuing one texting citation for every 200 speeding… Read More...

’Deis joins Wall Street protests

Nestled within Boston’s financial district is Dewey Square, a small plot of land now covered with tents—and, recently, with protesters. “Occupy Boston” is a protest meant to call attention to the unmet needs of the… Read More...

Broken promise, loss for transparency in forgotten student vote

More than a year after administrators solicited student opinions for three options to replace the now-demolished Kalman Science Building, The Hoot has confirmed that administrators consider the construction project to be complete. Instead of the… Read More...

Brandeis students protest Davis execution

The Troy Davis trial had captivated media for weeks and, finally, has come to a close. Students who felt there was more than a shadow of a doubt of Davis’ innocence due to the physical… Read More...

‘Wedding Tzinger’ impresses under duress

After missing last year’s 24-Hour Musical, I made sure to see this year’s performance. I got in line in front of the SCC at around 5 p.m., three hours before the curtains rose, and still… Read More...

Heller staffer recalls loss of brother in WTC attack

It is impossible for Claudia Jacobs ’70 to forget the pain of Sept. 11, 2001, as society reminds her every day of the terrorist attacks that devastated a nation, reshaping American life as we knew… Read More...
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