Trump announces ban on transgender individuals from serving in military, WU community reacts

President Donald Trump announced that the United States will not permit individuals who identify as transgender to serve in the military — in a decision that will not impact University policy — Wednesday.

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Wrighton ‘disappointed’ by Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

On behalf of Washington University, Chancellor Mark Wrighton released a statement denouncing President Donald Trump’s June 1 decision to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement regarding climate change yesterday.

Olivia Szymanski | News Editor

Marching On panel considers legacy of women’s march

A panel of women’s rights activists discussed the impact and ongoing implications of the Women’s March in Seigle Hall Sunday.

Danielle Drake-Flam | News Editor

New CS40 exec hopes to increase participation, diversity

In the only contested Congress of the South 40 election, freshman Reana Elder prevailed to become the new speaker of the South 40.

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SU senator urges Trump, Congress to uphold Planned Parenthood budget allocations

Student Union senator and sophomore Brian Adler authored a letter calling for President Trump and members of Congress to uphold budget allocations to Planned Parenthood.

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WU students make efforts to contact representatives in response to Trump

Some Washington University students, like seniors Yaala Muller and Sarah Nesbitt, are not taking the actions of Donald Trump’s presidency sitting down.

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Anti-immigration protests spread to Blunt’s office

Nationwide protests against President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration—which has been called a “Muslim ban”—and other immigration policies spread to the Clayton, Mo. offices of Senator Roy Blunt this past Wednesday.

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Student-led ‘Vote, dammit.’ outreach campaign worked to increase student voter registration, turnout

Students in the Sam Fox School of Art & Design’s Communication Design: Voice decided to demonstrate and test their abilities to make an impact as designers through a campaign encouraging Washington University students to vote.

Bailey Winston | Contributing Reporter

Some students somber in wake of election

Republican businessman Donald Trump will serve as the next president of the United States as he rang in 279 electoral votes early Wednesday morning.

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Are you a(n informed) Missouri voter?

This election day, Missouri voters will be deciding on a number of issues more than just who will be the next president or governor.

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