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.
Leigh Swigart and David Weinstein shared the process and goals behind the VoteDeis coalition.
The program was awarded a federal grant that will go toward supporting students academically.
Dr. Yair Wallach spoke about a chapter from his recent publication about urban text in Jerusalem.
Senators discussed the option of an Insomnia Cookies fundraiser, brainstormed COVID-friendly options for midnight buffet.
The University announced changes to the spring 2021 calendar, dining hall entry procedures and medical underload policies.
The University’s Jakob Ziskind Poet in Residence and English professor discuss role of identity in poetry
Speakers discussed the role of their sexual identities within their work.
The app broadens communication channels between nonprofits and their clients.