Sure, op-eds published in Student Life last spring revealed massive flaws in the school’s Title IX procedure—and the announcement of three federal Title IX investigations into the school over the summer added insult to injury—but the University was working on it. Things were supposed to be getting fixed.
The past two years have proven that by working with student groups, Trending Topics can bring a breadth of solid, diverse and interesting speakers to campus; and if it continues along this trajectory, the series will become a vital institution at Wash. U.
It’s that time of year again! The sun is finally shining, the birds are chirping and emails from Dean Jen Smith are hitting your inbox with reminders about registration.
Washington University’s investigation of fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi, which was put on temporary suspension March 30 for violations of policies related to alcohol, has culminated in the fraternity being placed on a yearlong social probation and the members being required to take University-run training modules in the subjects of bystander intervention and alcohol awareness.
Young the Giant has been announced as Social Programming Board’s artist for WILD—and look, we can’t complain.
As Student Health Services inches ever closer to hiring a new director, it will host an open listening session in the DUC. A new director, however, should be more than just a new face in charge of Student Health Services.
In the never-ending flood of college application essays, Washington University has long stood out as the lone soldier asking only for the generalized Common Application question.
Representatives from Fossil Free WashU and WU/FUSED met with Wrighton to discuss the formation of a “transparency committee,” to open the doors to a conversation between the administration and those arguing for divestment from fossil fuels.
Washington University announced Tuesday morning that the former Phi Delta Theta fraternity house will be designated as a communal living space for black students for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Student Life Editorial Board is here with some tips to help make St. Louis feel a little bit more like a picturesque spring break vacation locale.