Today’s newspaper includes an op-ed piece titled “A letter to my rapist on his graduation,” written by an anonymous Washington University student.
I love sitting at a table with friends, eating food that you can talk about and savoring it. I did so the other night at Publico, which is closing Dec. 22, and which is what I consider the last such restaurant on the Delmar Loop.
Student Life typically does not permit submissions to be run anonymously, but due to the author’s personal connection to the events described, we have made an exception for this article.
We are so thankful to our staff for their efforts and investment in this issue, and to you, our readership, for continuing to hold us accountable day in and day out.
Many conservative students at Washington University often feel like they need to hide their political views or risk social isolation on a predominantly liberal campus.
We at Student Life deeply regret the harm that the article inflicted upon those quoted by its publication as well as the resulting impact on the University’s larger LGBTQIA* community.
A series of insensitive messages in the Umrath Hall first floor GroupMe prompted backlash on social media and led to apologies from the messages’ authors this week.
Saturday afternoon, Washington University’s board of trustees formally announced that Andrew Martin would be the University’s next chancellor. Ahead of the formal announcement, Martin sat down for a phone interview with Student Life
Andrew Martin, dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan, will succeed Mark Wrighton as chancellor of Washington University on June 1, 2019.
Today’s newspaper includes an op-ed piece entitled “Victim of the ‘gray area,’” written by an anonymous Washington University student.