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Students and faculty critique ‘clean coal’

Several Washington University environment and energy experts came together to critique clean coal and to discuss problems with the University’s funding of a Missouri clean coal initiative.

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Water bottle sales to end in January

Washington University students returning to campus after winter break will find that the Dasani and Evian bottles in the vending machines and campus bookstore will be gone. The “Tap It” campaign, a brainchild of the University’s Office of Sustainability, began this summer as an effort to demonstrate the University’s focus toward creating a more sustainable […]

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For students, long lines worth the wait

Washington University students waited for up to three hours Tuesday to cast their ballots—many for the first time— and in contrast to past years, encountered few problems along the way. While students voting in the Wohl Center stood in line for one hour to vote, voters at local churches and other locations often faced waits […]

Planned Parenthood speaks out against McCain on campus

Planned Parenthood, and its political arm of the St. Louis Region, ADVOCATES, responded to Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin’s records on women’s reproductive rights on campus during the vice presidential debate.

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Local anti-war protesters march on WU campus

St. Louis resident Andrew Elliot stood near the corners of Forsyth and Big Bend Boulevards, holding an anti-war poster and waving a large rainbow-striped flag.

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Howard Dean visits Dems

Though Joe Biden’s name has been uttered countless times among campus Democrats, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean briefly stole the spotlight on Thursday afternoon, when he addressed a packed house of College Democrats and Students for Barack Obama in the Edison Theatre at 1 p.m. The former Vermont governor spoke for roughly 20 minutes. […]

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Bright year ahead in China for WU Fulbright Scholar

After four years at Washington University, Raymond Deng is going to spend two years seeing the length and breadth of China. Deng was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to China to pursue independent work overseas during this year and the next.

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