You might be used to giving gifts to all of your family members and friends. You might be used to having to pay for them. Maybe you never did gifts with your friends, or your parents would pay for the gifts. Everyone comes into this time of year with different things they expect of their friends and family.
Students coming from a different socioeconomic background tend to find themselves in a community where saving money isn’t everyone else’s top priority.
I’m a student in the College of Arts & Sciences and I just quit a really big time suck activity. Now that registration is here I don’t know what to take.
Since most people are gone in four years, there’s a very good chance that in eight years, notable events that happened in your time, will be a mystery to the current undergrads.
When I got to Washington University, I never really had a plan for haircuts. I figured I’d get it cut when I went home or I’d just pop into Bear Cuts and ask for the bare minimum. That was until I met Jasmine Hill, a professional haircare specialist at Bear Cuts.
Student Union hosted the second Game Day event of the year in preparation for the Washington University’s football team’s home game against Illinois Wesleyan University Oct. 20. SU partnered with WUSTL Athletics, Green Dot, Student Affairs, the Olin Business School and United Provisions for the programming.
Halloweekend is coming and I’m so freaking excited for the best holiday of the year, but I’m having costume issues. What to wear, what’s relevant, what’s offensive?
Fall break is approaching at a less-than-breakneck pace. The weather is slowly creeping towards cold, and every professor is saying, “I’m assigning the [INCREDIBLY SCARY PROJECT] to be due the 17th because you should have plenty of time to complete it.” Thanks guys.
The long-awaited second season of “Big Mouth” came out October 5 on Netflix, and it’s meeting all expectations.
Trying to figure out where to register to vote and when you have to register by? Check our guide to registering for the midterm elections.