Residential Life is seeking to relieve some of the financial strain involved in the housing selection process by considering a standard housing rate to remove the difference between traditional and modern dorms.
On Tuesday, April 21, Washington University will be hosting the first of a year-long series of panels dealing with the issue of gun violence.
Washington University for Undergraduate Socio-Economic Diversity (WU/FUSED) hosted an open forum on Tuesday for students to share their stories and perspectives on socioeconomic diversity with administrators of Washington University.
According to a recent report released by Forbes, Washington University has been named the 13th best employer in the United States and the number one employer in the education sector.
On Wednesday, senior David Dwight was crowned the champion of the 10th annual Mr. Wash. U. show that raised a total $27,080.95 for City Faces.
The art of local St. Louis students aged four to 14 was featured in Tisch Commons on Tuesday night during the second annual City Faces art show.
Ranging from Laughter Yoga to free massages in Olin Library, events relating to mental health and illness are a part of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
Instead of the intended panel discussion on Thursday, planners organized a rally outside the museum. Under the #SelectiveHistory banner, which protesters of the museum’s decision used on social media last week, a wide variety of around 75 attendees showed up to the changed event, which still included speakers from the four groups.
A new committee established across Washington University plans to create and implement a two-year plan to make the University a more diverse and welcoming place.
Around 75 protesters from around the St. Louis community congregated outside the Missouri History Museum on Thursday night to protest the museum’s cancellation of an event that planned to discuss the similarities between recent events in Ferguson, Ayotzinapa and Palestine.