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The switch from DIAP to RPP was initiated due to the University’s reflection on increasing incidences of public, racist violence nationwide, according to the University’s website.
Students expressed that, while a halal meal plan already exists, previous halal-compliant offerings at dining halls have been fairly limited.
Colton Rusch ’23, a member of the group’s organizing committee, expects the workplace election to take place next semester.
In its assessment of the University’s research administration, Huron Consulting Group found gaps in the systems used by the University to manage its research and a lack of communication between the ...
In addition to offering Ukrainian students advanced likelihood of admission, the University also provided the students financial aid, immigration assistance and additional advisory support.
The University’s first-year orientation schedule was originally extended from four to six days through a pilot in 2020 which was extended until the 2022-23 academic year.
Kalikoonāmaukūpuna Kalāhiki ’24 said that NAB aims to create a space for its members to honor their distinct identities as Native and Indigenous students by allowing members to share their backgrounds ...
The new court order follows a settlement reached between Brown and the plaintiffs in late 2020.
Kenneth Wong, professor of education policy and chair of the Faculty Executive Committee, initially presented faculty members with five possible scenarios for how faculty meetings will be held in the ...
“It’s the only archive of its kind in the country,” said Johanna Fernández ’93, a history professor at Baruch College.
Professor of Sociology Basel Zimmer joined Professor of Economics Benjamin Chinitz to form the Urban Studies program in 1972.
The men’s club ultimate frisbee team has made getting access to a trainer a primary goal this year, according to captain Jacques Nissen ’23.5.
“I’ve been singing my whole life,” said auditionee Jordan Heinrich ’26. “I’ve had formal lessons since I was five, which stopped during COVID, and then I did a lot of musical theater in high ...
According to the Office of Residential Life website, gender inclusive housing “is intended primarily for students whose gender identity and/or legal sex do not allow them to be comfortable with a ...
Clew GS requested unpaid family leave to care for their sister, but had the request denied as the policy only covers a "spouse, domestic partner, child or parent."
According to Rabbit Hoffinger, a union steward for dining services, the new contract gave dining services employees a “responsible” raise.
Research in the life sciences continues to grow on campus and across the country, alongside the capacity of researchers to make impactful innovation and discoveries in medicine.
Jared Owens, Mary Enoch Elizabeth Baxter and Mark Loughney alike noted their work aims to illuminate the unjust realities and consequences of mass incarceration to elicit understanding and action.