On Monday, Jan. 28, Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York and former President Bill Clinton, hosted a town hall meeting at Kayak’s Coffee shop across the street from Wash. U. in which she answered questions about her mother’s presidential campaign.
A look at some of the past week’s top performing Wash. U. athletes.
All of you are familiar with Wikipedia. What about Wiktionary, the free content dictionary? Or TCCWiki, the online encyclopedia for drug information? Finally, what about WikiFur – “the free encyclopedia written for and by the furry community”? The word “furry” might bring up several associations: hairy animals, something plush and soft, or even Johnny Drama from Entourage having sex in a bunny suit.
The title of the lecture on Tuesday night was ‘What is Wrong (and Right) with Feminism.’ The Brian Cave Courtroom of the Anheuser-Busch Law School buzzed as students waited for the speaker to begin. Christina Hoff Sommers of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and author of ‘Who Stole Feminism?’ was about to take the floor.
With its Sunday afternoon road victory over then-No.2 Brandeis, the Washington University men’s basketball team finds itself in a familiar position: number one in the nation.
The weekly D3hoops.com Top 25 poll, released Monday evening, rewarded the Bears for their two road wins last weekend over New York University and Brandeis.
While many people vacationed and unwound over winter break, senior Karli Stander and sophomore Caitlyn Hoffman won gold medals playing softball for Team USA in the 11th annual Pan American Maccabi Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The Maccabi World Union dedicates itself to providing a means for Jewish educational, cultural, social and athletic activities.
Spring break is on its way. This nine-day vacation has always been thought of as a highlight of the collegiate experience. The first thoughts that come to mind are probably beaches, bathing suits and generally bumming around.
But some Wash. U. students have decided to go with alternative spring break plans that are not your typical week of fun in the sun.
Looking around at the campaign trail in the 2008 election, one cannot help but notice marked differences from previous elections.
Instead of the impassioned doctor Howard Dean challenging the staid Massachusetts senator John Kerry, an African-American senator is competing with a former first lady and fellow senator for the Democratic nomination.
Police Beat for January 23 – January 29.
A recent town hall-style forum in MacMillan Café open to all students explored the topic of religious diversity.
The Jan. 22 event, called “Connect4 Town Hall: A Different Kind Of Conversation about Religious Diversity,” was co-hosted by Connect4, a student group led by sophomore Fernando Cutz and was devoted to giving Washington University students a safe place to talk about their differences, and Interfaith Youth Core, a religious diversity group not affiliated with Washington University.