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Student Life Staff

Weekend recap: Men’s, women’s tennis, golf, track all see action

It was a busy spring weekend for Washington University sports teams. Both tennis teams, the women’s golf team and the track team all played and had some impressive showings.

Dorian DeBose | Senior Sports Editor

Steven Kish resigns as election commissioner

This afternoon, freshman Steven Kish announced his resignation from his role as Student Union election commissioner.

Meghan Sharma | Breaking News Editor

5 stars whose music careers are seriously underrated

With the advent—and popularization—of auto-tune, anyone can have a successful music career, at least for a while.

| Editor-in-Chief

WUpcycle combines fashion, sustainability and DIY sensibilities

WUpcycle is an initiative to repurpose clothes that might otherwise be deemed unwearable into unique fashion pieces, handmade by Washington University students.

| Senior Scene Editor

A note to artists

There’s nothing worse than creating your own masterpiece … only to find that others don’t see what you see.

Kya Vaughn | Staff Writer

Wash. U. Cross-country teams top-five at nationals

In the cool, damp, 45-degree weather, the Wash. U. cross country teams raced in the NCAA championships at Principia College.

Benjamin Simon | Contributing Reporter

Op-ed: Check the ingredients in your pudding, Tyrin Truong

I don’t quite see why describing “James Santos” as a gay, Latino man keeps Hamernik from championing the ideals of the WashU Pride Alliance and Association of Latin American Students.

Max Klapow | Class of 2021

Former Dean of Students pleads guilty on child pornography charges

Justin X. Carroll, former associate vice chancellor for students and dean of students, pled guilty to charges of child pornography earlier this afternoon. Carroll had previously pled not guilty at his Feb. 8 arraignment.

| Senior Editor

UPDATED: University under investigation for 3 Title IX violations

Washington University is being investigated on two allegations of sexual violence by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR), the University learned this past Wednesday.

and | Senior Editors