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I know this isn't really an advice blog, but I really don't know if I have anywhere else to turn to. You see, my girlfriend and I usually get along great, we've been dating for about three months now. But for the past few weeks she only referred to me as her "sweet man meat." This would be fine if it was just in the bedroom, but anytime she's introduced me to someone she calls me her "sweet man meat," including her own family. How can I let her know that this makes me uncomfortable sometimes?
You might want to contact Students Talking About Relationships, or S.T.A.R. Their counselors are there to listen to everyone who want to discuss anything relating to their relationships. All counselors have received training in many areas to become student peer counselors, and will maintain confidentiality. The S.T.A.R office is located on the third floor of the Shapiro Campus Center.
Office hours are Sunday—Thursday, 2:00PM-4:00PM and 7:00PM-10:00PM. If you’d rather call in than visit, you can call the office during office hours at x64745. If you need to contact S.T.A.R outside of office hours, you can confidentially e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope this all works out!
Hi there, I work for LTS- let me explain new latte. For student viewing, LATTE basically only got a facelift and they made it look pretty. But, on the faculty end of LATTE, it's now "more intuitive" for use, which is helpful for older faculty members (namely the ones who call us and ask how to turn on their computers). Also, the way LATTE videos get streamed has changed, so hopefully that should work better now. Cheers!
Awesome, thanks for this explanation! The video did seem pretty much just for faculty, whoops.
What does Latte do exactly? I'm a spring transfer student.
First of all, welcome to Brandeis!
Latte is our online ‘learning management system’ (in the words of Brandeis), which is a fancy way of saying that it’s the place where your professors and/or instructors can, if they chose to, provide their classes with things like the course syllabus, readings, problem sets and other assignments, lecture notes and basically anything else your professors feels would be prudent for the class to have.
Your courses will be displayed in groups by semester, and each course will have its own page. While it is up to the professor whether or not to use Latte, most professors do. For classes in which the professor uses Latte, it will be where you’ll go to get your assignments. There are also a few other features of it that you’ll likely get into the habit of using: your grades for exams and assignments will be posted in Latte (though, again, only if the professor decides to), you’ll be able to view the other course participants (which helps a lot in getting study groups together!), important upcoming dates for things such as exams or TA-led review sessions are often posted there, and most professors post their office hours and office location on Latte. Some professors will create a forum and ask you to post a response to a reading, and grade it as an assignment. Latte can also be used to submit assignments, and professors may ask you to upload a file by a certain time to Latte.
All in all, Latte is honestly pretty great, and its a good thing to get in the habit of checking. To log into Latte, you use the same username and password as you use to get into sage. It’s worthwhile to get into the habit of checking Latte often, as professors who use it a lot may not take the time out of class to remind you of upcoming assignments.
What's New Latte?
To be honest, we don’t really know either. From our perspective, the answer may as well be ‘a strange new thing that Brandeis forced upon us without our permission, seriously, old Latte was fine, why did it need to change, get off of my lawn’ but since it’s here to stay, I guess we all may as well learn to use it. For those still figuring it out, Brandeis put up a video of new features (alongside a link to old/regular/’legacy’ Latte) on the LTS page. Arguably the funniest part of this? That Brandeis has literally just named this new tool ‘New Latte’, perhaps conceding grudgingly that it will never really replace Latte in our hearts or in our vocabulary.
Jehuda's goat book better be the Summer reading assigned to next year's class.
BGP has zero problems with this
Does Brandeis have a lot of Butts?
At last count, Brandeis had 3,504 undergraduate butts, 504 faculty butts and 1,150 staff butts. The average classroom contains ten student butts per professor butt. The butts of the student body can participate in 19 varsity sports and over 260 clubs and organizations, though none of these are devoted strictly to butts at the current moment.
i saw a post talking about louis and how cute he is and stuff and it took me a solid 10 seconds to realize it was about louis tomlinson and not louis brandeis
frequent Brandeis girl problem
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