Student Union and Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education hosted actor, director and activist Justin Baldoni as part of the Trending Topics Series Nov. 28.
The council hopes the task force will foster a stronger and more communicative relationship between University City and the University, specifically with regards to the University’s financial impact on the surrounding area.
The Office of Student Affairs put up surveys on boards around campus just before Thanksgiving break, asking students for their thoughts about campus spaces.
Synapse, a neuroscience-focused student group, hosted a panel of four Washington University professors on the neural basis of consciousness and free will Nov. 28.
Sisters of Color, an affinity group for women of color in the Panhellenic Greek community, and Lambda Q, a group which advocates for LGBTQIA* students in fraternities and sororities, co-hosted a panel on the experiences of marginalized identities within the Greek system at Washington University Saturday.
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.
After almost four years of construction and a host of complications, the opening ceremony of the Delmar Loop Trolley went ahead in Delmar Hall Thursday, although a winter weather advisory delayed its actual first run to Friday.
To address the lack of a current unifying body for religious students on campus, members of Interfaith Alliance are advocating for the establishment of an Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Social Programming Board President sophomore Adin Ehrlich announced the group’s new goals and action items to increase diversity outreach in an email sent to the student body Nov. 15.
The Washington University Graduate Workers Union (WUGWU) marched from Hillman Hall to Brookings as a part of their Fight for $15 campaign Monday.