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February 2008 Issue

Sports Blitz: NBA/NHL Trade deadlines, Steroids, Deis-Ball

In this week’s segment The Brandeis Hoot looks at the NHL and NBA trade deadline aftermaths, steroids, Barry Bonds, and Brandeis basketball. With Max Shay, Pat Garofalo, Zach Aronow, Adam Hughes, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Closing Ceremonies for Black History Month

Filmed and Edited by Clarissa Stark


The Hoot Report: Is Hillary done?

Is Hillary Done?, McCain’s image, and possible VP candidates. With Jon Lange, Noah Klinger, Danielle Gewurz, Adam Hughes, Bret Matthew, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Tech Talk: Underground Gaming

A look into the underground gaming culture via emulators, roms, and modchips. With Max Shay, Ben Douglas, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Tech Talk: New Mac Notebooks

A discussion about the most recent Apple offerings, and the must use apps to go with them. With Max Shay, Ben Douglas, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Tech Talk: Blu-Ray

Hoot techies analyze blu-rays recent victory in the war for high definition supremacy. With Max Shay, Ben Douglas, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


State of the Union: Union members discuss increased budget concerns

Union members discuss increased budget concerns and recent agenda. With Andrew Brooks, Justin Sulsky, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Music Musings: The Hoot and Punk Rock and Roll Club

The Hoot and Punk Rock Club talk upcoming shows, the plethora of new releases, and movie soundtracks. With Leor Galil, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.


Brandeis to restructure debt due to subprime mortgage crisis

Due to the unforeseen consequences of the subprime mortgage crisis currently plaguing the national economy, Brandeis is in the process of restructuring its construction debt. Despite the extra financial burden, neither students nor construction will be adversely affected, maintained Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter French. In order to finance construction projects like […]


After NIU shooting, Dean reaches out to Illinois students

Following the Valentine’s Day shooting at Northern Illinois University, Associate Dean of Student Life Maggie Balch sent an e-mail to students from Illinois expressing sympathy and informing them of campus resources open during February break. Similar e-mails were sent to students from Virginia following the shootings at Virginia Tech and students, according to Balch. After […]