About: Dan Woznica
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The year began with the opening of the Danforth University Center, Washington University’s new LEED Gold-certiﬁed sustainable student center, and Seigle Hall, a new law and undergraduate building on the west end of campus. On the South 40, construction began on two new buildings, the new Wohl Center and new Umrath House.
Washington University will provide free 2009 novel H1N1 influenza vaccinations to students aged 18-24 on Monday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gargoyle. Students must present their Washington University ID card and/or student ID number in order to receive the vaccine.
The University will provide free 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccinations to University students aged 18-24 on Monday, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Gargoyle. Students must present their University ID and/or student ID number in order to receive the vaccine.
Members of the Washington University chapter of Young Americans for Liberty erected a mock Soviet prison camp, or gulag, in front of the Women’s Building Monday morning, but were later told by a representative from Event Services to disassemble the display.
Students expressed anger at the Original Mothers bar and demanded that the establishment issue an apology during a town hall forum Monday night. “I’m flabbergasted that an apology hasn’t been given because the first step is admitting that you have a problem,” senior Jessica Strong said at the forum.
Students expressed anger at the Original Mothers bar and demanded that the establishment issue an apology and return students’ money at a town hall forum Monday night.
Complaints about alleged race discrimination by a Chicago bar against six black Washington University students have prompted state and federal investigations and a likely lawsuit to be filed by the students against the bar.
Science researchers at the University say they are enjoying a spike in federal funding, thanks in large part to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
A Washington University committee has cleared former medical school researcher Timothy Kuklo of allegations that he falsified research in a military study, but found that he had engaged in other research misconduct.
The October harvest is under way, and with it has come a burst of student farming activities, both on campus and off. Members of the Burning Kumquat, the University’s student-run farming group, have been working to engage the student body and St. Louis-area community in all things agricultural.