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.
The fact that the race for president is the only truly competitive one represents the reckoning SU currently faces: People simply don’t want to join.
The University is better at admitting black students but clearly needs to work on retaining them.
CarShare is riddled with flaws—spanning from an insufficient number of cars to a lack of maintenance.
Washington University administration has specifically stated that the fraternity’s current status as “permanently suspended” arose “overwhelmingly on other violations.” This might raise another question: which ones?
By providing buffer zones for healthcare facilities like Planned Parenthood, St. Louis is ensuring the comfort and dignity of those seeking treatment.
Dozens of Washington University students attended a Mardi Gras party hosted at the Phi Delta Theta house—a clear violation of their suspension.
After sustaining jokes about how “no one reads Student Life” the rest of the year, it’s nice to put together something that people will actually see.
If you’re planning on staying in this Valentine’s Day, scornfully scrolling through your Instagram feed, you’re not alone—and we’re here to help.