President Ron Liebowitz and columnist Tom Friedman voiced concerns and predictions relating to today's election and its outcome.
The group fielded questions and concerns regarding housing and registration deadlines, delayed start plans and more.
Professors examined the role of anxiety and uncertainty in the upcoming election.
Dr. Michael Schatman spoke with the Justice about opioid policy, the role of the media in the opioid crisis and misconceptions about opioid prescription.
The speeches focused on “wellness in the new age.”
Student Union holds a Meet the Candidates Event for the Fall 2020 Special Candidates Election on Oct. 19
The Union shared the results for the election in an Oct. 23 email to community members.
Kolodny spoke with the Justice over Zoom about the problems with the recent campus protest.
This committee will serve as a forum for accessibility related concerns.
John Lipsky described the COVID-19 pandemic as an “economic crisis like no other.”
The Senate voted on chartering Students Demand Action and amended an article of the club bylaws.
Hill answered students’ questions about Judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation process and the conservative majority on the Supreme Court.
The University made announcements that include changes to spring study abroad, water damage to the Farber Library and new food resources on campus.
Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion creates a ‘white affinity space’ as one of its first steps in its racialized education programming
Soon to follow will be a BIPOC affinity space, in the hopes of eventually creating cross-racial dialogues about systemic racism.
Controversy ensued among Union members regarding the estimated interest level of this event.