Volleyball goes undefeated in four games in Chicago
Just like many other Wash. U. students, the Bears traveled to Chicago, Ill. over fall break. Instead of taking pictures of the Chicago Bean, however, the volleyball team matched up with four UAA rivals, including two heavyweight bouts with ranked opposition.
Protest on the field and on campus: Thoughts on the wave of NFL protests and their effects on universities
The NFL national anthem protests have now reached the tuft fields of America's college football teams.
Staff editorial: Wash. U.'s small step toward economic equity
Wash. U. waiving it's $75 application fee is one more step towards fairly treating low-income applicants.
What it means when your favorite band falls from grace
With “Everything Now,” Arcade Fire tried and failed to be edgy in a frankly embarrassing way.
Op-ed submission: Our needs cannot be overlooked
Mental health resources are severely lacking and are made even more inaccessible by restrictions set in place by Washington University.
ZBT shuttles students to airport, raises money for Las Vegas shooting victims
Washington University’s Zeta Beta Tau fraternity chapter drove students to and from the airport over fall break in an effort to raise money for a family whose father died in the recent Las Vegas shooting.
School of Medicine doctor awarded Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize
Dr. Jeffrey Gordon, professor and director of the Medical School’s Edison Family Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology, was recently awarded the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize for his work in microbiology.