Statement from Washington University faculty members on Fight for $15 and childcare benefits.
Today’s newspaper includes an op-ed piece titled “A letter to my rapist on his graduation,” written by an anonymous Washington University student.
I’ve been in constant therapy, spent countless hours discussing how to manage my panic attacks every time I had to walk by you and pretend I was OK, all while trying to manage my classes, grades, extracurriculars and job applications.
Ending Wash. U.’s Uber program is not only illogical and short-sighted, but inherently dangerous.
Graduate workers, housekeepers, food service workers and all campus workers need your support.
Wash. U. plans to reject the new changes to Title IX outright, which we commend, but it is important for students to share their disapproval, too.
Conservatives are not discriminated against in the same vein as other marginalized groups.
By excluding Palestinian voices, Jewish institutions get to pretend that Palestinians don’t exist.
Wash. U.’s demanding environment, when combined with as the driven personalities of students handling the school’s workload, produce a culture of stress that is especially prevalent during this time of year.
At Wash. U., we have a campus community that makes the high achievements of a scholar-champion attainable.