Hailing from Grapevine, Tx., Post Malone is one of the newest sensations in modern music.
Around 30 Washington University students, along with campus Chabad Rabbi Hershey Novack and his family, completed inking an unfinished Sefer Torah— previously in storage at Barnes-Jewish Hospital— and rededicated the scroll to Chabad Sunday Sept. 17.
Washington University hosted a climate change panel with speakers Ira Flatow of NPR and climatologists Bronwen Konecky and Gavin Schmidt in Hillman Hall Sept. 18.
Student Health Services launched a new web-based treatment this fall called Therapist Assisted Online that aims to help alleviate any anxiety, depression or stress that students may feel.
The Society of Physics Students aims to introduce a new major in Biophysics with the help of the Math Club, as well as a second major in Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.
Washington University’s Solar Decathlon team is attempting to make sustainable concrete-based construction stylish with the CRETE House, their entry to this year’s national Decathlon in Denver, a competition in which 13 teams from all over the globe are competing to create the most sustainable, practical and excellently designed house.
No one has been stupid enough to call me any racial slur to my face, but they have used the Southern Strategy (Jim Crow 3.0) to change their words like spraying Axe on their racist funk.
I am a white-passing, Christian, middle-class student with 13 years of Catholic education under my belt. I haven’t experienced real, systemic discrimination a single day in my life.
Starting last spring, the quarterback field for the Washington University football team was wide open. Heading into preseason this August, not even head coach Larry Kindbom was sure who would be under center for the Bears.
“A Court of Thorns and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas. The series follows a human girl named Feyre who lives in a world where faeries exist—and they’re not anything like Tinkerbelle.