In response to the events on July 7 where 10 black Washington University students were stopped by the Clayton police and falsely accused of not paying for their meals at IHOP, the Clayton City Manager Craig Owens and Clayton Police Chief Kevin R. Murphy met with several of the students today.
Two police officers—one Clayton officer and one Richmond Heights officer—stopped a group of 10 black Washington University incoming freshmen returning to campus from dinner after suspecting them of leaving IHOP without paying earlier this month.
Saturday afternoon, Washington University’s board of trustees formally announced that Andrew Martin would be the University’s next chancellor. Ahead of the formal announcement, Martin sat down for a phone interview with Student Life
Andrew Martin, dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan, will succeed Mark Wrighton as chancellor of Washington University on June 1, 2019.
A Washington University student died after an auto-pedestrian accident in Wilmington, N.C. June 2.
Washington University’s Social Programming Board released its fall WILD 2018 talent survey—featuring an all-female headlining selection—through its social media accounts Sunday.
The St. Louis launch of Bike Share, a joint venture between bike-sharing companies Ofo and Limebike, is expected to come to Washington University’s campus, the University announced April 16.
Student Union president junior Grace Egbo announced SU’s new goals of expanding administrative and student interactions, increasing diverse representation and encouraging greater election participation Tuesday.
Students plan to demand changes to the Title IX process in the Title Mine rally April 26 at 4 p.m. in Edison Courtyard.
Eric Schultz, a Washington University alumnus and senior advisor to former President Barack Obama, spoke to students about his career path as part of Meet the Leader Series sponsored by the Gephardt Institute of Civic and Community Engagement and the Career Center in McDonnell Hall Wednesday.