Following widespread student complaints about the closing of Etta’s Cafe, the eatery will likely remain open for the fall 2017 semester while administration settles on a permanent solution, Dean of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts Carmon Colangelo told student leaders in a meeting Thursday.
With its third floor physics laboratories, an elevator too small to hold a wheelchair and lack of entrance ramps, Crow Hall, along with a number of older buildings on the Danforth Campus, lacks the accessibility resources needed to fully accommodate disabled students.
Washington University released a new parking plan for the 2017-2018 academic year April 10, laying out a plan to distribute permits among students and faculty through a lottery system.
Etta’s Cafe, frequented mostly by students and faculty in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, will close after the 2016-17 academic year, the Sam Fox School Associate Dean for Finance Bobbe Winters told students and faculty in an email Friday.
Following a series of discussions beginning in the fall of 2016, Student Affairs has designated new spaces in the Danforth University Center for the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Student Life Newspaper beginning next school year.
A number of Washington University students and alumni have taken to social media in recent weeks to criticize the construction, leasing practices and advertising of the new Everly on the Loop housing development.
A new luxury student housing complex—complete with a rooftop pool and a yoga studio—will open on the east end of the Delmar Loop just prior to the start of the fall 2017 semester.
Washington University announced plans to add the James S. McKelvey, Sr. Hall, which will house the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, to the planned East End expansion of Danforth Campus on Friday.
Seven new individual projects will soon take root on the East End of campus, and administrators are highlighting the connectedness of the largest expansion the Danforth Campus has ever seen.
Student will see dramatic changes to the University’s parking policy should a proposed system be implemented for the 2017-2018 school year.