Houseparty director talks new app

Kimberly Kalb, the director of growth for Houseparty, a new app that allows users to easily move between group conversations, spoke about the app, the motivation behind it and how her team has risen to where they are now in the technological world Monday, Dec. 6.

Danielle Drake-Flam | Contributing Reporter

MSA holds fastathon, raises funds for local organization

The Muslim Students Association held a fastathon to bring awareness to hunger and poverty in the St. Louis community.

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Representation Project panel explores gender inequality

Students and faculty gathered to discuss how women in the workforce are often treated with less respect and given lower expectations than their males counterparts, as well as how the future generation can help solve the issue.

Bailey Winston | Contributing Reporter

Gun violence panel cross examines new Missouri gun legislation

Featured panelists discussed new Missouri gun legislation and possible initiatives moving forward Monday night at a gun violence panel held at Washington University’s Hillel.

Danielle Drake-Flam | Contributing Reporter

AISA, Buder Center host educational event on DAPL

In response to the recent protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock, N.D., the American Indian Student Association and the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies partnered to organize an informational event called “Standing With Standing Rock,” on Thursday, Nov. 17.

Olivia Szymanski | Contributing Reporter

Artist, architect Maya Lin talks career, environment

Artist and architect Maya Lin spoke on how her career began, habitat extinction and the connection between art and architecture to around 100 students in Graham Chapel Thursday.

Danielle Drake-Flam | Contributing Reporter

St. Louis poet laureate reads at rescheduled event

St. Louis poet laureate Michael Castro recited poetry in the Goldberg Formal Lounge Wednesday evening after the event had been postponed in October due to his hospitalization.

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Israeli LGBTQIA* activist’s speech interrupted by student protesters

A speech by an Israeli LGBTQIA* activist was interrupted when members of Students for Justice in Palestine staged a walkout on Monday night.

Swetha Nakshatri | Contributing Reporter

BREAKING: Robbery suspects possibly at large on Danforth Campus

As of 1:30 a.m., the University emergency website displayed a no emergency status following an alert sent out three hours earlier warning that two suspects were still at large and believed to be on the Danforth Campus following a robbery earlier that evening.

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Students, St. Louisans gather on campus for demonstrations following election results

Hundreds of Washington University undergraduate and graduate students joined St. Louis community members to express love and support for one another following the presidential election in front of the Danforth University Center this past Friday.

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