Olin to see renovations completed by fall 2017

The Washington University Library System is planning a renovation of Olin Library in an effort to address the evolving needs of students, researchers and faculty.

| News Editor

University to begin discussing removing traditional, modern price differences

Residential Life is seeking to relieve some of the financial strain involved in the housing selection process by considering a standard housing rate to remove the difference between traditional and modern dorms.

| Staff Reporter

Dining Services looks to Brown School cafe, Eco To-Go for changes next year

With major changes in the makeup of residential life next year due to increasing class sizes, Dining Services will adjust as needed, but has no explicit plans for change.

Deborah Spencer | Staff Reporter

A ‘mild WILD,’ but a safer environment and smooth run

Despite a chance of rain and a no-show opener, the biannual Walk In Lay Down concert ran smoothly and made strides toward addressing student concerns.

| Editor-in-Chief

Chairman of Holocaust Memorial Museum engages WU community

Fred Zeidman is not just a successful businessman that got his start at Washington University. He was appointed chairman emeritus of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council by George W. Bush in 2002, and he visited campus Wednesday.

Katie Marcus and Alex Siegman | News Editor and Staff Reporter

Oldest dorm on campus scheduled to be demolished after years of delay

Since 1958, students have lived in and loved Rubelmann Hall. Now the oldest residential hall on campus is slated for demolition and replacement, beginning once students leave campus for the summer.

Deborah Spencer | Staff Reporter

KD, Beta playground plan nixed, resources shifted

ThurtenE is known for the intricately designed facades and short plays created and put on by the University’s Greek organizations, but Kappa Delta and Beta Theta Pi shifted their focus towards a different project this year.

| Senior News Editor

Gun violence public health initiative kicks off

Washington University is taking a stand on a highly contentious political issue: gun violence. On Tuesday, the University kicked off its public health initiative, which aims to understand and address the issue of gun-related violence in St. Louis and in the country as a whole.

| Senior News Editor

ThurtenE defines carnival as ‘community event,’ not charity fundraiser

This weekend’s ThurtenE carnival featured seven facades, more than a dozen rides and a student breaking a world record for underwater Rubik’s cubing. It didn’t necessarily raise much money for charity.

Alex Siegman | Staff Reporter

New group battles Missouri reproductive laws with state Rep.

State Representative Stacey Newman was tired of hearing old white men talk about women’s bodies. Her answer: an anti-vasectomy bill aimed at mocking the idea that government should interfere with reproductive choices.

| News Editor