As an alternative to “f— men”, I suggest the term “f— the patriarchal systems that have oppressed women for generations,” or for simplicity’s sake “f— the patriarchy.”
When the press agitates for another bloody Middle East war, remember Thousand Oaks, California. Remember that the people of Iran, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq will not bleed alone.
This summer, I embarked on a journey with 24 other Washington University student leaders to explore the geopolitical complexities of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
On Nov. 29, Student Life’s newest issue will hit newsstands, along with “WU: In Focus,” a magazine-style special issue focused on various facets of diversity on Washington University’s campus.
In two weeks, shortly after many students return from Thanksgiving Break, Student Life will release a new special issue highlighting diversity on Washington University’s campus, titled “WU: In Focus”.
For students suffering from mental health problems, taking the step to apply for a leave of absence isn’t one to be taken lightly.
As you know, we are deep in the trenches of midterm season. Things have been rough, but they are about to get rougher as we move toward the dreaded finals season.
To remedy the problems in the voting system, America needs to overhaul how it regulates voting on the state and national level.
Imagine clocking out after a 14-hour day, getting home and seeing an eviction warning on your door. For too many St. Louis working families, many of whom clean this campus, that’s reality.
Enjoying autumn despite the encroaching threats.