Finding niche “college bands” at this time of your life could be your secret rare Pokemon card that you share with the people that come after you.
In the past two weeks, campus has seen this group of female athletes unite in a more official fashion outside of a group chat and social events. Athletes have been seen sporting black or white t-shirts with the lettering, “FEMALE ATHLETE,” with the world “FEMALE” struck through and in smaller type below, “JUDGED BY ACHIEVEMENTS NOT BY GENDER”.
It is finally fall. Fall is nigh. It’s time to unpack the boxes labeled “sweaters”, stuff those bikinis and swim trunks into the bottom drawer and wrestle that winter coat off the top shelf.
The insanity is over. You can all stop asking us, “What is the Olin Games?” The Olin Games is the past. The Olin Games is history.
The three remaining tributes proved far more resilient than their fallen peers, spending a second night in their new home and steadfastly refusing to leave it in disgrace.
Your tributes have spent a total of one night in Olin Library. Three have perished since then, while three remain. The first parachute will be released tomorrow. Vote on Student Life’s Facebook page to keep your favorites alive.
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?