Emily Schienvar

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Girls Who Code founder discusses congressional run, gender parity

Reshma Saujani, founder of nonprofit organization Girls Who Code, spoke about closing the gender gap in the tech industry in Graham Chapel Wednesday night.

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Demands made of chancellor

Undergraduate and graduate students, professors and St. Louis community members gathered for a brief “speak-out” with the objective of making Washington University a sanctuary campus Wednesday afternoon in the Danforth University Center.

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‘Wildcats everywhere’: Which High School Musical was the best?

Disney announced that it’s making “High School Musical 4,” to be released in 2018, but Cadenza simply cannot wait until then to express our Wildcat fever. To pass the time, we’ve been arguing amongst ourselves about which “High School Musical” is the best and why:

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Wash. U. to host student-run camp for children of cancer patients

Washington University will serve as host to one of the newest chapters of Camp Kesem, a weeklong summer camp program for children of parents who have or previously had cancer, after it completes a two-year planning period.

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WU students make efforts to contact representatives in response to Trump

Some Washington University students, like seniors Yaala Muller and Sarah Nesbitt, are not taking the actions of Donald Trump’s presidency sitting down.

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It’s On Us revamps Intervene training, adds new programs

In coordination with the goals of Student Union and Leaders in Interpersonal Violence, the sexual assault prevention program “It’s On Us” will expand this year to include two additional components focused on intersectionality and specific issues to Washington University students.

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Students raise over $1000 for prostate cancer with GoFundMe

Plenty of men sported a little extra facial hair for the annual “No Shave November,” without staying true to its original cause—awareness for prostate cancer—yet this year, several Washington University students returned to the month’s roots.

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St. Louis poet laureate reads at rescheduled event

St. Louis poet laureate Michael Castro recited poetry in the Goldberg Formal Lounge Wednesday evening after the event had been postponed in October due to his hospitalization.

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Social media deepens divide

A Snapchat depicting two sophomore Asian-American students was met with criticism from members of the Washington University community and beyond this weekend. A Facebook post by sophomore Morgan Bryant on Saturday prompted the initial response, as Bryant, who is black, described her reaction to the photo. The photo, picturing the two girls wearing multi-colored face […]

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Social media deepens divide

A Snapchat depicting two sophomore Asian-American students was met with criticism from members of the Washington University community and beyond this weekend. A Facebook post by sophomore Morgan Bryant on Saturday prompted the initial response, as Bryant, who is black, described her reaction to the photo.

| Breaking News Editor