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.
As the University kicked off a semester unlike ever before, administration updated students and family to answer questions and concerns.
The Heller School hosted a two-day event discussing racism and how it intersects with COVID-19, disability rights, education and restorative justice.
Uncertainty regarding expected changes of dining contracts arises following COVID-19, and students share their experiences regarding on-campus dining in the summer months.
To celebrate the class of 2020, University departments have organized several days of online mini celebrations.
President Liebowitz discussed the impacts of COVID-19 on University finances and the fall 2020 semester in an email sent out to the Brandeis community.
To ensure that their efforts are directed toward supporting students during the COVID-19 crisis, the Student Union will hold elections in the fall.
The Student Union recapped their accomplishments for the 2019-2020 school year and discussed their response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Justice spoke to the organizers of the event about the history and purpose of TBTN, and the challenges of hosting it virtually.
As mask shortages became more prevalent in the United States, parents of Brandeis students donated protective equipment to students flying home and local Massachusetts hospitals.