Washington University students had the option to upgrade their lunches from a half and half to a freshly made cheesesteak sandwich, all on the University’s meal plan thanks to local food truck “Steak Louie” this Tuesday.
While many Washington University students hit the beach or headed home for spring break, the school’s athletic programs didn’t miss a beat.
You might not always see them, but the staff at Washington University and all college campuses allow students to thrive and do their best every day.
he Student Worker Alliance (SWA) has found that the wages workers earn are not enough to cover living expenses as basic as food, rent and medical bills. At a University with one of the largest endowments in the country ($6.5 billion), the workers who maintain the campus’s day-to-day operations deserve a living wage. SWA urges Wash. U. to offer its workers the living wage they deserve.
When our administration released news on the parking changes for undergraduates last semester, the Washington University bubble got a lot more claustrophobic. Sophomores lost their rights to parking entirely and juniors will be parking on the South 40.
After a public show of support from faculty and graduate employees, students met with Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White on Monday March 6. Our next scheduled meeting, when we expect to hear back about implementation, is March 23.
The question is how we overcome that division to solve problems of violence and intolerance in our society. This is the question that main character Socrates Fortlow attempts to answer in the novel “The Right Mistake” by Walter Mosley.
For the third straight season, the Washington University women’s basketball team is in the sectional semifinals of the NCAA tournament. But this time, they get to host.
For the past month, the Forum staff has taken on profiling the issues and candidates for the upcoming mayoral race in St. Louis.
After years of agitation from the Washington University community for the removal of coal executives from the board of trustees—which culminated in a 16-day occupation conducted by WashU Students Against Peabody in the spring of 2014 and led to seven student arrests at a rally outside of a board of trustees meeting—activists can finally claim some victory. However, Fossil Free WashU will continue to push for full divestment from fossil fuels.