Two armed robberies near Danforth Campus, west of Forsyth Boulevard and near Eastgate Avenue, were reported Wednesday night.
The Opportunity Fund, a reserve used to afford stipends to qualifying low-income students to finance extracurricular activities, was launched by Student Union and Student Financial Services Nov. 27.
If students are intelligent enough to earn admission to Washington University, they’re intelligent enough to pay attention to what’s happening around them and to decide what side they want to be on.
If still yearn for TV politics, check out “Scandal,” “Veep,” “The West Wing” and “Madam Secretary.”
In the news this weekend: Trans Day of Remembrance vigil, Mark Wrighton responds to the federal tax plan, and Wash. U. ranked seventh in the nation for entrepreneurship.
WashU Pride Alliance’s annual Trans Awareness Week, which brings events and speakers to Washington University to celebrate and recognize transgender identities and experiences, started Monday, Nov. 13 and will end Monday, Nov. 20.
Student Union’s Constitutional Council has chosen to reverse freshman Election Commissioner Steven Kish’s decision to disqualify two SU Senate candidates—freshmen Nathan Card and Mia Hamernik—in an opinion released Friday.
“Waking the Sleeping Giant: The Making of a Political Revolution,” which premiered at the St. Louis International Film Fest Nov. 11, explores the 2016 election through a structure that elevates the voice of underrepresented Americans—the not-so-silent majority whose anger and passion both fueled and doomed Bernie Sanders’ grassroots campaign.
Freshman Gregg Adams, a Student Union Senate candidate criticized for discriminatory speech and misconduct, announced his withdrawal from tomorrow’s election in a letter addressed to the election commissioner and the Washington University community.
Gregg Adams, a freshman and candidate for Student Union Senate, is facing criticism regarding his candidacy due to allegations of discriminatory and inappropriate conduct.