Two members of the Brandeis Asian American Students Association reflected on how COVID-19 has changed their celebrations of the Lunar New Year.
Three panelists shared their views on the evolution of the BLM movement and where the fight for racial justice stands today in an event on Wednesday.
Prof. Astrid Eichhorn spoke about the role of virtual meetings in cutting emissions.
Participants outlined their responses to the unrest as well as action steps for moving forward.
The proposed amendment advocated for the Union Senate to have more influence over campus transportation.
Fierke outlined her goals for her new role and her return to the Brandeis campus.
Opposed senators said the plan would make other international students feel excluded.
Dr. Cara Streit discussed her new role and plans to make campus more accommodating in the midst of COVID-19.
The University will continue to monitor the state of the pandemic in relation to study abroad as summer approaches.
Twenty-five women spoke at the event which focused on the contributions of women of color
One of the panelists, Rayhan Asat, spoke with the Justice about her experience on the Zoom call.
An A-Board representative was put on probation for violation of conduct.
Students will now have to independently administer COVID-19 tests
Students ran unopposed for all of the nine races.
FRESH has continued to provide food insecure Brandeis students with access to free food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.