Students who are noncompliant with testing requirements receive two warning letters before being referred to the Office of Student Conduct.
The group includes student leaders from 34 organizations that represent Black students.
During the webinar, Veronica Gil, an advocate for Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, spoke about supporting survivors of relationship violence.
Students, alumni and faculty alike hope Biden's presidency will combat the stigma surrounding speech impediments.
Hear from students who cast ballots in Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and other battleground states.
The changes aim to help students understand their own identities and systemic racism, among other issues.
With Thanksgiving this week, some freshmen are adapting their Thanksgiving traditions because of the pandemic.
"There's so many disparities right now in communities that don't have access to hygiene products like we do."
Over 250,000 prisoners have been infected since March.
The town hall comes days after the university announced it would not implement pass/fail grading this fall.