Dear Editor: I’m writing this with regard to your “Word on the Street” for Friday, Dec. 2, 2005. How can you only ask the opinions of four students who never ate at Taco Bell?
America has turned to a new strategy in Iraq: instilling a positive attitude into stubborn Iraqis before we withdraw troops and start our saturation bombing campaign.
Mark Ames doesn’t look away in his new book, “Going Postal.” In the course of researching the book, Ames traveled around the country to examine the circumstances that lead to many school and workplace murders and their consequences.
Two Washington University students seriously beat and injured another student in an apparently spontaneous act of violence at 3:20 a.m. on Sunday morning. The victim was walking from the South 40 to Fraternity Row with three other people at the time he was accosted. The two suspects now face assault charges and judicial action within the University.
The comparison between Bush and Hitler or Stalin is often made, but it’s not really warranted. First of all, the old greats kept longer hours. The most important job skill that a successful totalitarian ruler should have is the ability to work very long hours.
Students shed clothing and took campus by surprise yesterday at noon as they streaked through the Brookings Quad and past Olin Library. An estimated six males and two females participated in the event.
In an e-mail to Student Life, one of the streakers, identifying himself as “Hugo Member,” declared, “It is our belief that each person has a special and unique identity.
Ferocious beasts were spotted roaming free on Thursday in the common room of the Lien building. A carnivorous turtle from prehistoric times and animated creatures made out of discarded consumer products were among a crowd of approximately 35 creatures of varying corporeality that threatened civilized life for residents of the South 40. No injuries have been reported so far.
Dear Editor: Student Life, you want to know how to help SU? How about you start by actually covering the elections.
I must begin by complimenting Wash. U. on the magnificent job you have done in creating the setting for such a vibrant and engaging student community. Dozens of clubs thrive, running the gamut from homosexual revolutionary solidarity organizations to white supremacist groups like the College Republicans. There is still much work to be done, though.
Parisian suburbs have been in a state of chaos since the Oct. 27 accidental deaths of two teenagers who were being pursued by police officers. According to the Associated Press, the ensuing rioting has spread since then to approximately 300 jurisdictions in France, also flaring up in neighboring Belgium and Germany.