Noa Yadidi

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BREAKING: Chancellor to retire

Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced he plans to retire no later than July 1, 2019 at the Board of Trustees annual fall meeting on Friday.

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University identifies student found dead in construction site

Chancellor Mark Wrighton identified senior Shayel Patnaik as the student found dead in the East End construction site last Friday.

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Wash. U. not deterred by new federal Title IX guidance, reaffirms commitment via statement

Despite Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ announcement Friday to formally rescind Barack Obama-era guidance regarding Title IX, Washington University has no plans to stray from its previous commitments and processes in addressing sexual violence on campus.

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Student found dead at East End remains unnamed, construction to resume

In accordance with wishes from the family, Washington University is not currently naming the student who was found dead Friday morning at the East End construction site. Construction was halted after a worker discovered the body at 8 a.m. Friday but is expected to resume Monday, Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Jill Friedman said.

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BREAKING: Student found dead in East End construction site

A student was found dead early Friday morning in the East End construction site, an email from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White confirmed Friday afternoon.

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Day in Carondelet: Garlic Festival is the ‘bestival’

For the last eight years, farmers and fanatics alike have gathered in the Carondelet neighborhood to bask in the sunlight—all in the name of garlic.

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University to hold sexual violence listening sessions

The Washington University Title IX Office and the Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Center are teaming up to host a number of listening sessions for students to provide feedback on how the University addresses sexual assault and sexual violence.

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‘Renaissance man’ remembered by family, friends after death abroad

Gregory Paul Smith Jr. died July 27 in London, England, where he was studying abroad at the London School of Economics. Smith, who was entering his junior year at Washington University, was 20 at the time of his death.

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UPDATED: University under investigation for 3 Title IX violations

Washington University is being investigated on two allegations of sexual violence by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR), the University learned this past Wednesday.

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Meet the President

When Sydney Robinson talks about SU, she’s regal, serious. When she talks about schoolwork, she’s optimistic, idealistic. The first sophomore to assume the presidency since 2003, she recognizes the responsibility of the position she’s taking on.

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