With the fall Walk In Lay Down concert just a day away, students across campus are gearing up for the music event of the semester. Students said they are familiar with this year’s Walk In Lay Down’s (W.I.L.D.) lead performers, Method Man and Redman, and though the artists are a throwback, the duo will still put on a great show on Saturday.
Students can expect to see Washington University police officers patrolling past Blueberry Hill by the end of the semester. This fall, the Wash. U. Police Department is teaming up with officers from University City and St. Louis to form joint enforcement patrols in the Skinker-DeBaliviere and Delmar neighborhoods.
Washington University’s board of trustees has approved a $150 million scholarship initiative called “Opening Doors to the Future: The Scholarship Initiative for Washington University” that will raise funds for student financial aid and scholarships.
Several studies about roommate over the summer fount that interracial roommates can reduce students’ prejudices and broaden their friend circles.
For Student Union, going green will be a top priority this year as the student government pushes forth an action plan to make campus events more environmentally sustainable.
The Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values at Washington University will be discontinued in June 2010 due to budget constraints. A University statement cited deficits in major gifts toward the program’s endowment as a reason for its termination. “While the university regrets the need to discontinue the center as originally conceived, we […]
Ashtrays soon will be a relic of bygone days at Washington University as all of the institution’s campuses move toward the implementation of a complete smoking and tobacco ban in July 2010.
Around the world, colleges and universities are taking notice of Washington University’s decision to ban the sale of bottled water on campus.
The lecture hall in the Laboratory Science building heated up Tuesday, but not as a result of global warming. Global warming was, however, the topic that brought almost 275 members of the University community to hear a lecture by Nobel Prize recipient Russell Schnell. “The atmosphere composition is changing dramatically,” said Schnell, deputy director of […]
Students who participated in the University’s pilot January Reading Program gathered on campus Sunday evening to discuss biologist E.O. Wilson’s national bestseller “The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth.” About 230 undergraduate and graduate students, alumni and staff signed up to join the January Reading Program’s (JRP) discussion groups, which were led by […]