I want to apologize on behalf of the Diversity Affairs Council for the time it has taken us to formally address the student body since the public release of the Jason Stockley verdict. I want the student body to know that the Diversity Affairs Council is here as a resource for you.
We can’t afford to wait for a miracle solution. Climate Change is here and we need to do something about it now.
It’s long past time for you to be in the streets. Every single last one of you.
Teaching Assistants are now called “Assistants to the Instructors.” In the same spirit, the Student Life editorial board has come up with our own names for a few of our favorite things on Danforth campus.
President Trump and Attorney General Sessions,
We strongly urge you to reverse your decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Curiously enough, our administration can’t seem to keep its rhetoric on international students consistent.
Over the next three weeks, the Washington University Title IX Office and the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center will host a series of listening sessions for students to raise their concerns with the way Wash. U. addresses instances of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence.
Blatant bigotry is terrifying and deplorable, but ignorance and a falsely-informed narrative seem to be the true fuel in the drive to uproot DACA.
This summer, I deleted all social media for several weeks. As the Snapchat logo did its vibrating dance on my phone I struggled to free myself from the app’s grip.
And that was, of course, because of my streaks.
This past Tuesday, President Donald Trump called for a rollback of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This program uniquely affects the Wash. U. campus, as the young adults it shields are the same age to we who attend this school.