The Student Life editorial board believes what the St. Louis Police Department needs is a permanent fix, through the dismissal of unethical, criminal officers and higher accountability for and retraining of current officers, rather than just a funding increase every decade.
The Student Life editorial board urges the Washington University Police Department—and any other offices associated with dissemination of alerts—to send all security memos and related warnings to all Washington University students, regardless of housing circumstance.
Staff picks for your Spring 2018 schedule. History of Jazz, anyone?
It seems like every year we feel compelled to write this same editorial: Do not wear problematic costumes this Halloween.
To encourage more engaged voting and a more equitable election process, we recommend that Student Union Senate vote to remove incumbent tags in Oct. 24’s Senate and Treasury sessions before the upcoming election in November.
Wash. U. waiving it’s $75 application fee is one more step towards fairly treating low-income applicants.
Wash. U. should help students take advantage of fall break by offering a variety of programming throughout the long weekend.
Pre-orientation programs offer more freedom in terms of activities, allow for exploration of self-selected interests and provide first-year students a chance to talk to upperclassmen.
But as Washington University students, we have the power to influence gun reform. And the Student Life editorial board believes it is our generation’s responsibility to work toward this end.
We appreciate the printing resources the University provides for students, but there are multiple opportunities for improvement.