A new push by Washington University to enforce its policy of requiring student groups to pay licensing fees for copyrighted films shown on campus is causing headaches and grumblings among many smaller student groups.
The contested Iranian presidential election this summer and its bloody aftermath radically altered how many Americans view the Middle Eastern country. In light of the violence and unexpected displays of rebellion, many Western news sources turned to experts with an understanding of both Iran and the United States. Washington University scholar Fatemeh Keshavarz was one […]
Students and faculty attended a QA with Susan Marine, the former sexual assault prevention and education coordinator at Harvard.
Marcela Grad, the author of a new book on the Afghan leader Ahmad Shah Massoud, will make her case at Washington University tomorrow for Massoud’s legacy, his importance for students and what lessons the world can learn from his life and death.