The Justice examined the barriers that students of color face related to physical and mental disabilities.
The University shared its first steps and future plans for addressing systemic racism on campus.
Bakari Sellers gave advice to students about political engagement on campus and careers in government.
The Union will provide reimbursement for student expenses related to traveling from campus to take public transport.
Bammer explored her identity as a non-Jewish German in her new book, which she discussed over Zoom.
Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy discuss their new book about the politics of American-Israeli relations
Authors discussed Zionist identity within American Jewish communities following the U.S. presidential election
Four days after Election Day, the Associated Press announced that Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States.
In their Zoom meeting, members also updated information regarding condom distribution on campus.
Over the past week, the University provided key updates regarding COVID-19 policies and flu shots.
Javier Zamora and Sean Hill shared their poems and how their personal experiences shape their work.
Prof. Laurence Simon leads conversation about his career in international development, human rights activism
Simon reflected on how his upbringing, family values and education built the career he holds today.
Mass. voters had two questions on their ballots regarding motor vehicles and rank choice voting.
Ed Markey won the seat against Kevin O'Connor with 66.4% of the vote.
The Justice will continue to update election results throughout the week.