Dana Glaser

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Public health program expands

Schools, departments and faculty spanning Washignton University are uniting to create a cohesive public health program, bringing master’s degrees in the business school, medical school and the Brown School of Social Work, as well as an undergraduate minor, under the coordinating influence of the newly formed Institute of Public Health. The University’s initiative to expand […]

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New group helps students come out

A new support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students has sprung up this semester to fill what founder Brian Kline says has been a relatively empty niche on campus.

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A closer look at the ethnic profiling of Japanese Americans

Student Life reporter Dana Glaser sat down with Michael Adams and Gyo Obata, alumni of the Washington University School of Medicine and Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, respectively, to discuss their fathers’ legacies and their own experiences while observing the fate of Japanese Americans.

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Secular humanist student group returns to campus after hiatus

A group of Washington University students has revived a secular humanist club on campus. The Washington University League of Freethinkers (WULF), brought back last semester by now-seniors Eddy Lazzarin, Mark Povich and Laura Kelly, is gathering members and working toward official recognition as a Student Union group.

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