People are deciding to live in the Olin Library as a game of survival, this time competitively. Why are we doing this? For the glory, for the story, for the pride of winning, for no reason.
This weekend is one for the books. With a variety of events happening, you might as well close your eyes, point at this list, and you’ll find a good one! Or just go to each one for half an hour, whatever works.
This week we got some good news. Bittersweet news to some, hopeful news to others, but altogether good news. To be more specific, we received Washington University’s response to handling sexual assault and misconduct most heavily publicized in late April.
Are you the Bunny, a Swamp Creature Friend or any of the statues on campus?
If you’re like me, you’ve been watching A24 films for a while without realizing it.
Religion on this campus isn’t a clear-cut thing. There are people who are ingrained in religious communities through and through, people who live split time between their faith-friends and their other friends, people who merge both worlds peacefully, people who abandon their religion completely and people who have never been exposed to religion in the first place.
Whether you went random, met on the Facebook group or knew each other going in—your roommate could end up being your best friend or your worst enemy.
WILD is coming. The barrage of abnormally drunk people wandering Kingsbury Avenue, the demolished pairs of white Converse, the painstakingly picked “festival” outfits and the awkward eye contact you make with the administrators who volunteered to check your ID as you walk in.
The op-ed “Not a threat” came out in Student Life on April 16, and the story found inside has shaken this campus. It told the narrative of a neglectful University, a jaw-clenching survivor’s story and a narrative of a repeat perpetrator being seemingly protected by a university system that does. not. work.
Tonight at 6 p.m. in Graham Chapel, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE), Sexual Harassment and Rape Anonymous Helpline (SARAH), and Student Union are hosting their annual Take Back the Night event.