Danforth Center hosts discussion on religion and polarized politics

The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics hosted political experts Melissa
Rogers and Peter Wehner to discuss the topic of religion and political polarization in the U.S., Feb. 12.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

WU considering 2020 presidential debate bid

Washington University is in the preliminary stages of applying to host a 2020 presidential debate.

Jayla Butler | Contributing Reporter

Political and business leader Carly Fiorina speaks on the importance of leadership and problem-solving

Student Union and the Washington University College Republicans invited prominent political figure and business leader Carly Fiorina to speak to students on campus as part of the Trending Topics speaker series at Graham Chapel Jan 29.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

WU hosts 32nd annual MLK celebration

Washington University hosted its 32nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration, entitled “Struggle, Dedication and Progress…” in Graham Chapel Monday.

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Former Jimmy Carter policy advisor speaks on administration’s legacy

The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics hosted former Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat to speak on his recent biography of President Jimmy Carter, “President Carter: The White House Years” in Edison Theatre Dec. 5.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

Justin Baldoni advocates for a healthier concept of masculinity

Student Union and Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education hosted actor, director and activist Justin Baldoni as part of the Trending Topics Series Nov. 28.

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Tuition forum reviews financial decisions behind WU tuition

Student Union hosted a tuition forum for undergraduate students in Umrath Lounge Nov. 15. Washington University raised tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year by 3.5 percent.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

GCP hosts panel on Muslim refugees and resettlement

The panel featured speakers with expertise in the academic study of refugees or who have experience in the resettlement process. The panelists answered questions concerning challenges facing Muslim refugees in the resettlement process, barriers particular to female refugees and the efforts to humanize these challenges.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist delivers three lectures on campus

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Marilynne Robinson will deliver three lectures at Washington University this week as a part of the Assembly Series sponsored by the Danforth Center on Religion and Politics.

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Fourth annual OWN IT highlights visibility and achievement

OWN IT WashU hosted its fourth-annual women’s leadership summit in Bauer Hall on Nov. 10. The student-run conference is designed to provide young women the opportunity to engage and network with successful women in business, STEM and creative fields.

Jayla Butler | Contributing Reporter