Chalaun Lomax

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Local human rights groups condemns University’s use of electroconvulsive therapy

The St. Louis chapter of the Citizens’ Commission on Human Rights condemned psychiatrists at Washington University’s School of Medicine for their use of electroconvulsive therapy on patients suffering from severe depression.

| Staff Reporter

Giant steps: Amelia Ma on her (tentatively) early departure from the University

Amelia Ma. She’s a current sophomore from Hangzhou, China majoring in electrical engineering and minoring in computer science. Oh, and she’s graduating a year early.

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Beta Theta Pi opts out of ThurtenE, will hold independent event

Beta Theta Pi will hold an alternative philanthropy event with a local charter school rather than participate in the ThurtenE Carnival this year.

| Staff Reporter

Interfaith Week sparks dialogue with faith, justice-themed events

Representatives from several student-run religious groups collaborated to plan Interfaith Week, a weeklong event showcasing religious diversity on campus.

| Staff Reporter

SU senator urges Trump, Congress to uphold Planned Parenthood budget allocations

Student Union senator and sophomore Brian Adler authored a letter calling for President Trump and members of Congress to uphold budget allocations to Planned Parenthood.

| Staff Reporter

‘Daily Show’ correspondent, writer discusses identity, comedy, politics

Comedian, actor and writer Hasan Minhaj discussed Donald Trump supporters, privilege and being Muslim in America to a large crowd in Graham Chapel Sunday evening.

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Students, faculty hold demonstration ahead of ‘Original Diversity’ talk

Washington University community members gathered in Tisch Commons to hold a demonstration ahead of a talk on marriage and the importance of procreation by Reverend Jonathan Fisk, and sponsored by the Lutheran Student Fellowship, Monday evening.

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Sociology department expands, unveils new graduate courses

The sociology department is ahead of schedule in its faculty recruitment plan, with six tenured and tenured-track faculty members and three postdoctoral fellows hired within the first two years of the department’s reestablishment.

| Contributing Reporter

Albright, Hadley to discuss Middle East policy next week

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley will discuss policy solutions in the Middle Eastern region Feb. 8.

| Contributing Reporter

Student petition calls for University divestment from fossil fuels

Fossil Free WashU, the Washington University chapter of a national Fossil Free movement, is calling for the University to divest from fossil fuels through an online petition launched last week.

| Contributing Reporter