As a result of frequent delays and interruptions in BranVan service, this board urges the Escort Safety Service and the University to coordinate an effort to improve lines of communication between riders and the shuttle service operators, including the creation of a notification system that would allow students to be informed of any service changes.
The University needs to improve the user interface of their apps. As is, they are inaccurate and difficult to navigate.
This board applauds the University for the creation of an ombuds office, but it should not be at the expense of commuter students.
A student in East Quad found bedbugs in her room and the Department of Community Living's response leaves much to be desired.
The University needs to make mental health resources more accessible for graduate students, especially students for whom English is not a first language.
This board commends the Brandeis Athletics Department on its efforts to promote campus unity and school pride through sporting events. In time, Brandeis has the potential to change its reputation and become a more spirited university.
Recently, BranVans and Boston/Cambridge shuttles alike have been experiencing an increase in demand, which has resulted in overcrowding and, in some cases, students being stranded because of the lack of space. This board urges the University to continue putting more shuttles and Waltham BranVans into rotation to alleviate the overcrowding issue.
Last Tuesday, Vice President of Student for Affairs Sheryl Sousa ’90 sent an email notifying the student body that the search committee for the position of Director of Sexual Assault Services and Prevention had selected three finalists for the position.
In a recent interview, Dr. Joy von Steiger of the Brandeis Counseling Center revealed that several changes were made to improve efficiency and students’ overall experienc
The power outage at the Charles River Apartments led students to question the University's emergency preparedness.