Senators asked administrators questions about mental health services, anti-racism efforts, campus dining and more.
The in-person celebration included activities, giveaways and snacks to mark the formal establishment of the state of Israel.
The bylaw amendments consider candidate endorsements, office hours, attendance and campaigns.
Students were elected to serve on the Student Union for the upcoming academic year.
The recent launch of Workday Student is part of a multiphase rollout process to be completed this fall.
University professors share thoughts on issues surrounding Supreme Court justices.
A workshop on the migration of caste and a keynote address by award-winning journalist and producer, Jose Antonio Vargas, highlight contemporary issues related to diversity, migration and immigration.
Students reflect on their advocacy for recently passed bill supporting survivors of sexual violence in Massachusetts
Members of the Every Voice Coalition discussed the next steps they will take during Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April.
Ed Winters spoke on a panel about the ways plant-based lifestyles and farming can tackle the climate crisis.
The lawsuit seeks refunds for tuition-payers for the spring 2020 semester and requests tuition changes for remote learning semesters during the pandemic
Holocaust educator Sandy Rubenstein told her story as the daughter of Holocaust survivors at one of the commemoration events at the University
Prof. Joseph Assan (Heller), Tawiah Agyarko-Kwarteng and Rose Dodd spoke about the impact of the pandemic on certain African industries and communities.
German science journalist Anja Martini and Prof. Elanah Uretsky (IGS) reflected on the ongoing pandemic and discussed how it may end.
Seven students running for election to the Student Union for next semester have announced their candidacies.