Search committee forms to begin chancellor search

A 19-member committee has been formed to officially commence the board of trustees’ search for the next chancellor of Washington University, following the announcement of Chancellor Mark Wrighton’s retirement in 2019.

Emma Baker | Contributing Reporter

Endowment advisory committee to begin as new CIO takes office

An initiative announced in April of last year, the advisory committee on Washington University’s endowment will be formed and begin its work when Scott Wilson, the University’s new chief investment officer, assumes his position Nov. 27.

Julia Arbanas | Contributing Reporter

Wash. U. responds to Carroll sentencing

Following the sentencing of former Washington University Dean of Students Justin Carroll to 54 months in prison this past Thursday, the University has reiterated its dismay at the administrator’s actions.

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Carroll sentenced to four and a half years of jail time

Justin Carroll, former Washington University dean of students, received a sentence of 54 months in federal prison, for viewing child pornography, earlier today.

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University not billed for the Lofts’ property taxes by St. Louis County

Washington University has not received a property tax bill for the Delmar Loft residential properties from St. Louis County since its opening, as reported by an article in the St. Louis Business Journal.

Emma Baker | Contributing Reporter

NCAA decides not to levy sanctions against Thorp’s former employer UNC Chapel Hill

The NCAA ruled last week not to levy sanctions against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for academic misconduct that occurred during current Washington University Provost Holden Thorp’s tenure as chancellor of UNC.

Emma Baker | Contributing Reporter

Wash. U. tuition and funding explained

There are several factors that determine the cost of tuition, including the budgets and expenses of the four undergraduate schools as well as consideration for affordability. The tuition then covers a variety of expenses, the largest being faculty compensation.

Kathleen White | Contributing Reporter

Wash. U. to waive application fees for low-income families

Washington University will waive the $75 application fee for undergraduate applicants whose family income is under $75,000 and will allow all applicants to self-report their standardized test scores in accordance with policies implemented by the University this fall.

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WU, St. Louis communities respond to Wrighton retirement announcement

Mark Wrighton will retire as chancellor of Washington University no later than July 1, 2019, he announced in a statement to the University community Friday.

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Board of trustees to head search for new chancellor

With Chancellor Mark Wrighton’s retirement announcement, the University begins the search for his successor.

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