Following George Floyd’s murder, over 700 members of the community met in support of Black Lives Matter.
The University has created a guide for disposing of take out containers and is encouraging students to eat more plant-based meals.
COVID-19 stalled the Request For Proposals process, resulting in a new contract with Sodexo
Members discussed plans for resolving conflicts within the Union and promoting sustainability on campus.
In response to recent Black Lives Matter protests, students advocated for University action to address racial issues on campus
Following several interviews with students with disabilities, the Justice uncovered ways in which the University has struggled to support these students.
Brandeis community members examined higher education’s role and responsibility in protesting and addressing racial and anti-Black violence
What started as a fund to financially support students leaving campus due to COVID-19 has now relaunched with a focus on students impacted by anti-Black racism
Students shared their experiences with food services, communication with administration and loneliness while in quarantine
The University has made adjustments to accommodate social distancing guidelines on campus
Candidates discussed how to support Black and marginalized communities, as well as plans to promote sustainability and community building.
Brandy Henry spoke with the Justice about the injustices that the bail system presents, especially to Black people and people of color, and how bail funds help combat these injustices.