In a lawsuit filed against the Loop Trolley project, plaintiff Peter Sarandos argues that the Loop Trolley tracks extend 300 feet past the designated boundary in St. Louis City and 235 feet past the district’s boundary in University City.
While young girls often dream of growing up to marry a prince and living a life filled with leisure, wealth and luxury, the prospect has always seemed further off for black women and women of color.
The Danforth Campus saw personnel changes: meeting a new athletic director and saying goodbye to the women’s basketball coach of 31 years.
Student Union, with help from Washington University’s student-run Physics Club, passed a resolution demanding that the University maintain or increase the current size of the Pfeiffer Physics Library in its upcoming renovations Dec. 5.
As the search for a new chancellor at Washington University continues, multiple hearing sessions were held on Nov. 29, Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 so that students, faculty and staff could voice their opinions on what they want to see in the next chancellor.
I have attended Washington University for a little over three months—so I have all of the experience in the world under my belt and have decided to grace you with my words of wisdom. Just kidding!
With the recent string of armed robberies occurring near Washington University’s Danforth Campus, I started to ask myself why they were happening.
Every spring since 2014, freshmen have attended a performance about bystander intervention called “#RewindBlurredLines,” put on by Washington University’s Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center.
The Student Sustainability Board, established this past fall semester, announced a new composting initiative that aims to make all campus events waste free.
Following the release of Kaplan Test Prep’s 12th annual survey on medical school admissions Nov. 27, administrators from Washington University School of Medicine discussed what they look for most when reviewing applications.