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April 2008 Issue

The Sports Blitz: The Hoot talks NHL and NBA playoffs.

With Pat Garofalo, Zach Aronow, Adam Hughes, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.

The Brandeis Watch: Discussing the Union elections process.

With Pat Garofalo, Adam Hughes, Zach Aronow, edited and hosted by Andy Meyers.

Music Musings: Punk Rock, WBRS, and The Hoot talk new albums, Stone Temple Pilots, and personal selections

With Mike Riga, Daniel Orkin, Jeremy Karp, hosted and edited by Andy Meyers.

Tech Talk (1/3) Google Earth 4.3, Flight Simulator Memories

Hosted by Max Shay, with Ben Douglas. Edited by Max Shay.

Tech Talk (2/3) Samsung, the Enron of Korea?

Hosted by Max Shay, with Ben Douglas. Edited by Max Shay.

Tech Talk (3/3) Psystar, Apple’s Market Share

Hosted by Max Shay, with Ben Douglas. Edited by Max Shay

Alum’s bookstore faces closure

Last week, in the shadow of his three year anniversary, proprietor of Back Pages Books Alex Green ’04 sent an e-mail to over 800 friends, acquaintances, customers, and colleagues detailing his store’s financial woes. After three years on Moody Street, his business is on verge of shutting its doors. “[W]ithout significant increased financial support,” he […]

After second appeal hearing, Darwish returns to campus

Following a hearing before the University Board of Appeals on April 16, TYP student Mamoon Darwish, who had been suspended for nearly two months, returned to campus. Darwish’s hearing Wednesday came after a hearing April 8 in which charges against him for an ‘alleged incident’ were dismissed after the reporting party retracted the accusation. Darwish […]

After negotiation, Student Events returns to F-board oversight

Following two weeks of negotiations, Student Events has agreed to return under the oversight of the Finance Board. Student Events, citing delays and inefficiency with the F-board’s method of accessing funds, placed themselves under the jurisdiction of Senior Vice President of Students and Enrollment Jean Eddy in November. “The Union presented all their changes in […]

Markey discusses a green revolution

Massachusetts Congressman Edward Markey, Chair of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, spoke on Sunday afternoon about Congress’s efforts to address climate change and the need to go green. Following the lecture in Rapaporte Treasure Hall, a panel of environmental entrepreneurs discussed the profitability of a green revolution. This was the main […]