Premier, a new student-run nightlife event-organizing company, held its first event, a post-spring break party, on Saturday, March 25.
WU/FUSED, Washington University’s chapter of national coalition U/FUSED, is taking new strides toward socioeconomic diversity within the undergraduate population following the increase of Pell-eligible students at the University.
Non-Greek affiliated women can now apply to join Phi Lambda Psi—a women’s health and wellness honorary devoted to promoting awareness and education and providing a discussion place for women’s health issues. Among the goals of the honorary, the group is hoping to provide pregnancy tests free of cost at more on-campus locations soon.
The annual Sex Week, which includes a new event this year called “Tea With A PHE,” will run this week from Feb. 13 through Feb. 19.
A student-led fundraising effort raised $2,000 to help support Bear’s Den employee Bill Jackson, who recently suffered a familial loss, by using the app Venmo to rally monetary support.
The Washington University Police Department recorded an almost 50 percent increase in campus bike thefts during the months of September and October.
An online petition requesting an increase in Ursa’s hours has garnered support from students and has received attention from the Office of Residential Life, which manages the space. While the venue used to host open study hours, it is now only open for specific programs through Ursa’s Nite Life and other campus groups.