The University scheduled returning students’ move-in dates for Monday, Wednesday and Friday of next week following air quality tests at the buildings.
Officials will now offer a standby line for asymptomatic COVID-19 tests and accept some external test results.
SA President Brandon Hill vetoed a bill Thursday that would codify two referenda into the SA’s bylaws if they are approved by the student body.
An unidentified subject pointed a handgun at a male driver at the intersection of Virginia Avenue and 24th Street, according to an MPD report.
Some community members are saying the University’s contact tracing system is missing details like the time and location of potential exposures.
About 80 protesters marched from Washington Circle to the U.S. Capitol and urged lawmakers to pass legislation addressing climate change Monday.
Yun-Da Tsai, the court’s chief justice, said he filed a preliminary injunction to block an SA elections committee from setting referenda until Sept. 27.
Professors from CCAS and the Elliott School discussed how the program will host monthly discussions on topics about religion and public policy.
Isabella Sorial resigned from the Student Court Monday after serving as an associate justice, leaving six justices on the bench.
Officials said business school graduate students can pursue certificates in crisis management, energy systems management and environmental systems management.