Op-ed: St. Louis’ ridiculous, racist and rotten Olympic legacy

The 1904 St. Louis Olympics were exploitative, dangerous, drawn-out, poorly planned and incredibly ridiculous.

| Class of 2017

Staff ed: BB34 a step in the right direction for St. Louis

By providing buffer zones for healthcare facilities like Planned Parenthood, St. Louis is ensuring the comfort and dignity of those seeking treatment.

Op-ed: Pro-peace: Coexistence in Israel

It’s remarkable that Israel has achieved peace with neighbors who originally vowed never to recognize it as a country, yet heartbreaking that peace negotiations with the Palestinians have repeatedly failed.

Nate Turk | Class of 2019

Wash. U. doesn’t care about minority students

Minority students are nothing more than social capital to the University, and once they can count you in their statistics, you are on your own.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Staff ed: Fool me twice

Dozens of Washington University students attended a Mardi Gras party hosted at the Phi Delta Theta house—a clear violation of their suspension.

Why we should stop telling white people they’re ‘woke’

Yes, white people should fight inequality. But no, white people should not need rewards for standing up for the rights of others.

Whitney Call | Contributing Writer

Staff ed: The anti-Valentine’s Day

If you’re planning on staying in this Valentine’s Day, scornfully scrolling through your Instagram feed, you’re not alone—and we’re here to help.

Op-ed: Stop demolitions, build peace with J Street U

When I first came to college, I had never heard of Susya. You likely haven’t either. Susya is a village of about 350 Palestinians living in the West Bank, specifically in the South Hebron Hills. On Feb. 1, Israel’s High Court ordered the demolition of seven structures in this village, which means over 40 of […]

Michael Berkowitz | J Street U Exec Member

Staff ed: Another semester, another session

The Wash. U. Title IX listening sessions are a good start, but more needs to be done to address student concerns.

Op ed: Why pregnancy-related deaths should matter to our student body

Missouri ranks 42nd out of 50 states with 28.5 pregnancy deaths per 100,000.

Anirudh Prabu and Ishaan Shah | Class of 2020