Sahil Patel

Sahil Patel is a managing editor for Student Life.

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Gilkey, Klimek persevere to reach 1,000-point milestone

It took fewer than three years and fewer than 75 games for junior Melissa Gilkey and senior Chris Klimek to each score their 1,000th career point as Washington University basketball players. Years of hard work and some tough choices led each player to the Bears and the success they are enjoying on the hardwood.

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Students cautiously optimistic about SPB spring comedy show

Students expressed mixed reactions to Social Programming Board’s announcement that actors Mike Birbiglia and Judah Friedlander would perform on campus for the spring comedy show. In the aftermath of the announcement made at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, many students were unsure who the headlining comedians were.

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Mike Birbiglia, Judah Friedlander to headline SPB spring comedy show

Actors Mike Birbiglia and Judah Friedlander will perform at Washington University this spring, Social Programming Board announced Wednesday night. The show will take place March 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Edison Theatre, and doors will open at 6 p.m.

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Bear Basics: 3-Point shootout with Alan Aboona and Lucy Montgomery

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What you could buy instead of another year at Wash. U.

What you could buy instead of another year at Wash. U. Zach Kram, Sahil Patel & Maddie Wilson Washington University announced its tuition for the 2014-15 academic year Friday morning, set at $45,700. For a lot of people, that’s a lot of money, so we thought of some “better” uses for your (parents’) hard-earned money. • 9,140 Subway footlongs (1.

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Major in South Asian studies on the horizon

When he arrived at Washington University in 2006, Mohammad Warsi observed just two courses devoted to South Asian language and culture: Beginning Hindi and Intermediate Hindi.

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BREAKING: Athletic Director John Schael to step down

Following his 36th year at the helm of the Washington University Athletic Department, athletic director John Schael will retire, the University announced Tuesday morning. Schael joined Wash. U. in 1978 following 11 years at the University of Chicago, including five years as the associate director of physical education and athletics.

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Wi-Fi upgrades planned for select South 40 dorms

Student Technology Services will be upgrading Wi-Fi in six residential halls over winter break. The move, in response to student complaints, is part of a long-term plan to bring the entire Danforth Campus up to wustl-2.0, the school’s fastest wireless Internet provider.

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Administration apologizes for delayed response to divisive Halloween photograph

Washington University administrators scheduled an emergency meeting for 8 a.m. Thursday morning to discuss a Facebook post that has led some to vocalize concerns about anti-Muslim sentiment on the Danforth Campus.

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Women’s soccer clinches share of UAA title in weekend matches

With a 2-1 road victory over conference foe New York University on Sunday, the Washington University men’s soccer team positioned itself better for an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. An 86th-minute goal by freshman midfielder/back Jake Shapiro, assisted by freshman midfielder Grant Baltes, gave Wash. U. the lead for good.

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