Over the past month, my colleagues have been lambasting the state of Student Health Services. I’m here to affirm that the resources offered by this school don’t fix, and can sometimes exacerbate, the problems of mental health.
Our power comes from our will to take action to improve our lives, and continuing to take action is what we plan to do as the Washington University Graduate Workers Union.
If students are intelligent enough to earn admission to Washington University, they’re intelligent enough to pay attention to what’s happening around them and to decide what side they want to be on.
The Delmar Loop Trolley has obliterated taxpayer funds since it’s inception. It’s time for the people of St. Louis to stop paying for a pet project.
We’ve seen a lot of discord at Washington University over the past semester, but as we enter the holiday season, I would like to lighten our spirits a bit and discuss a topic that has recently come up.
Tyrin Truong clearly has nothing better to do with his time than attack people over an election he’s already won.
Student Union believes that socioeconomic status should not prevent students from having a complete undergraduate experience.
Know that amidst the stress and the constant feelings of not doing enough at Wash. U., there are some who take so much solace from being here, around all of you.
What can a torn, crumpled up red star teach you about race relations in America?
The Student Life Editorial Board shares what their thankful for at Wash. U., just in time for Thanksgiving.