Noa Yadidi

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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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A fashionable exit: How Armour’s seniors rebranded their story

Armour has evolved quite a bit in the last six years. Read about their total rebranding.

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Community rallies to rebuild cemetery

Members of Chabad at WashU and WashU Hillel have started by raising money and organizing trips to volunteer at Chesed Shel Emeth cemetery. In addition, many Washington University students joined students from Saint Louis University, University of Missouri-St. Louis and University of Missouri-Columbia to attend a clean up event hosted by Governor Eric Greitens yesterday at the cemetery.

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BREAKING: H. Jon Benjamin to headline spring comedy show

H. Jon Benjamin will headline this year’s Social Programming Board Spring Comedy Show, SPB announced today.

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WU releases findings on soccer investigation

The men’s soccer team did not violate Washington University’s sexual harassment policy, according to the results of an investigation conducted by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.

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University tops socioeconomic disparity rankings in new report

Washington University found itself in a familiar situation Wednesday; atop a new ranking measuring the least socioeconomic diverse colleges across the country.

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Judicial Affairs completes investigation into men’s soccer team

The Office of Judicial Affairs has completed its investigation into allegations of misconduct and inappropriate behavior by the men’s soccer team, with an official resolution likely coming before the end of the month.

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BREAKING: Men’s soccer team suspended indefinitely, under investigation

Washington University is launching an investigation into allegations of “inappropriate behavior” by the men’s soccer team towards members of the women’s soccer team, according to a statement released by the University.

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Chancellor named second highest-paid head of school

A recent ranking, courtesy of the Chronicle for Higher Education, places Chancellor Mark Wrighton as the second-highest paid leader of a private college in 2014—a ranking that administrators say is artificially high and an anomaly due to a supplemental executive retirement plan approved by the board of trustees in 2004.

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Fight for $15 continues

Three Washington University faculty members and four students were among approximately 30 demonstrators arrested at a Fight for $15 protest on Hampton Avenue Tuesday night.

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