Students rolled their way into bright red bowling pins in human-sized hamster balls Friday afternoon in Tisch Commons, raising around $800 for charity.
Residential Life has elected to eliminate Round 3 of housing petitions effective immediately and will instead accept both apartment and suite petitions during Round 2.
Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced in a recent email to the Washington University community that Chief of Police Don Strom is resigning from Washington University’s Police Department, effective Dec. 28.
Ezra Schwartz was just a boy. He was a boy who started food fights at camp and organized cabin mischief. A boy who sought to make others happy and brighten the lives of those around him. He was just a boy—an 18-year-old boy shot dead in his car by Palestinian terrorists on his way home from bringing food to Israeli soldiers.
After gaining national attention for supporting a bill that many argue will discourage sexual assault victims from reporting their cases, both the North-American Interfraternity Conference and the National Panhellenic Conference reversed their stances.
Astrophysicist Edward Stone spoke about the history of the Voyager project and the recent breakthrough of the Voyager 1 spacecraft into interstellar space.
JScreen, a nonprofit organization associated with Emory University that provides genetic testing for over 100 genetic diseases, is coming to Washington University on Monday, Nov. 16. Between 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., JScreen will be set up in room 232 of the Danforth University Center to provide screenings for common genetic disorders at the subsidized rate of $25.
Restrictions on Greek parties have left some students frustrated when trying to plan events. While over a third of students participate in Greek life, a strict policy limits the number of social events that can be held in one night.
Fraternity members across campus will be ditching their shaving tools for the Washington University Interfraternity Council’s (IFC) Movember awareness month, which IFC hopes will help unify the fraternity and sorority community behind a philanthropic cause.
Reflections WashU hosted a panel on men’s body image and insecurities Tuesday night that addressed issues of masculinity, race and eating disorders among men.