Wash. U. plans to reject the new changes to Title IX outright, which we commend, but it is important for students to share their disapproval, too.
The Student Life Editorial Board commends the University for taking proactive steps to solicit feedback as they plan the future of the University.
Both students and administration should be cognizant of our impacts on neighboring communities and strive to collaborate with these communities respectfully in order to make the University’s relationship as mutually beneficial and harmonious as possible.
On Nov. 29, Student Life’s newest issue will hit newsstands, along with “WU: In Focus,” a magazine-style special issue focused on various facets of diversity on Washington University’s campus.
In two weeks, shortly after many students return from Thanksgiving Break, Student Life will release a new special issue highlighting diversity on Washington University’s campus, titled “WU: In Focus”.
As you know, we are deep in the trenches of midterm season. Things have been rough, but they are about to get rougher as we move toward the dreaded finals season.
Ultimately, it is important that turnout is as high as possible in these elections so that the bodies are as representative of the students’ wants as possible. After all, everything SU does is funded by money that students have already paid.
You’ve probably read posters, heard friends and seen Facebook posts begging you to please vote tomorrow. Here it is again: Please, please, vote tomorrow.
If you’re voting here in Missouri this Tuesday, you’ll find several amendments and propositions on the ballot—including three measures relating to medical marijuana.
Becoming a need-blind institution that meets full need could attract more socioeconomic diversity to Washington University, the real “ideal” Wrighton should be looking toward.