“What do we want?” shouted Reverend Michael Vosler to the small crowd gathered at Grace United Methodist Church on Monday morning.
Getting hit in the face with a rubber ball during grade school physical education class might have caused many to abandon the game of dodgeball.
Due to a collaborative effort of several administrative offices and Student Union (SU), students will no longer have to dig for pocket change. Soon, students will be able to pay for laundry and snacks from vending machines on campus with a swipe of their ID cards.
Students rode to class in style on Monday thanks to a mysterious act of kindness.
Two horse-drawn carriages, paid for by an anonymous sponsor, shuttled students from the South 40 to main campus between 9:45 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Students received a crash course in pro-choice and a call to action yesterday, when Students For Choice and the National Abortion Rights Action League Pro-Choice Missouri hosted a leadership summit that drew attendees from Washington University.
Tonight concludes Washington University’s first-ever Diversity Week, the largest intercultural collaboration at the University to date.
The newly formed task force that represents the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, questioning, asexual, and allies (LGBTIQAA) community will take its first steps in shaping future University resources at the end of April.
After meeting weekly this semester, the task force has formed subgroups to investigate five main issues to present to Dean of Arts & Sciences James McLeod.
Junior Sarah Kliff has been named editor in chief of Student Life for the 2006-2007 school year, announced the newspaper’s publisher, Washington University Student Media, Inc., at its annual banquet Friday night.
Kliff, who served as senior news editor last semester, is currently studying abroad at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
On Sept. 17, Washington University’s Hilltop Campus will undergo a name change and become known as the Danforth Campus in honor of the University’s 13th chancellor, William “Chan Dan” Danforth, as well as his family and the Danforth Foundation.
During the final minutes of his 79-hour, 26,389-mile effort to break the world record for longest flight, Steve Fossett found himself in a predicament at 40,000 feet in the air.