Maddie Wilson

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Election issue profile: Education

Education is important, but it’s essentially been swept under the rug this election cycle. But here at Student Life, we fight the good fight, so here’s a look at the major candidates’ education policy platforms.

| Managing Editor

The Loop: Trolley construction leads to 12-day intersection closure

Starting Monday, April 25, and running for 12 days, the intersection of Delmar and Skinker Boulevard will be closed to allow construction crews to install the tracks for the New Loop Trolley. Loop traffic will be rerouted to Forest Park Parkway and Big Bend Boulevard as the streets have similar capacity to Delmar.

| Managing Editor

Keep WILD weird, but always ask consent

These are aspects of the WILD experience that we simply must accept. Here is what we won’t accept this year: weird WILD touching.

| Managing Editor

An open letter to Dining Services: Or, why I now have trust issues

Listen up, Dining Services. I think it’s about time we had a chat. No, this isn’t about that weird meat in the case in Bear’s Den last week. And it’s not about the fact that there are never enough California Rolls at the sushi station. This is something a little more serious. Let’s talk about trust.

| Staff Writer

Rubelmann Hall renovations

For the first time in 56 years, Rubelmann Hall will not be opening its doors to incoming freshmen this fall. In fact, the iconic building won’t even have doors—or walls, for that matter. According to the latest plans from the Office of Residential Life, Rubelmann, a.k.a.

| Contributing Reporter

LNYF channels the Year of the Horse through skits, dances

Shrieks of joy and laughter broke the silence of Edison Theatre the moment two shimmering lions set foot—or paw, rather—onstage. As the creatures’ bodies looped and twirled, glittering against a blood-red backdrop, only the sneakers peeking out from beneath the fabric betrayed the students controlling their every move.

| Contributing Reporter

What you could buy instead of another year at Wash. U.

What you could buy instead of another year at Wash. U. Zach Kram, Sahil Patel & Maddie Wilson Washington University announced its tuition for the 2014-15 academic year Friday morning, set at $45,700. For a lot of people, that’s a lot of money, so we thought of some “better” uses for your (parents’) hard-earned money. • 9,140 Subway footlongs (1.

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