The University will continue to monitor the state of the pandemic in relation to study abroad as summer approaches.
Bammer explored her identity as a non-Jewish German in her new book, which she discussed over Zoom.
Javier Zamora and Sean Hill shared their poems and how their personal experiences shape their work.
The group fielded questions and concerns regarding housing and registration deadlines, delayed start plans and more.
President Ron Liebowitz and columnist Tom Friedman voiced concerns and predictions relating to today's election and its outcome.
John Lipsky described the COVID-19 pandemic as an “economic crisis like no other.”
The program was awarded a federal grant that will go toward supporting students academically.
In his new book, he evaluated humans’ impact on the environment in relation to human health.
In response to recent Black Lives Matter protests, students advocated for University action to address racial issues on campus
As the University kicked off a semester unlike ever before, administration updated students and family to answer questions and concerns.