A series of emails relating to the “Ferguson to Ayotzinapa to Palestine” event reveal that the Missouri History Museum’s cancellation of the panel followed a member of the Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis (JCRC) bringing the event to the attention of Frances Levine, the museum’s president.
Rapper Mac Miller will headline this spring’s WILD, Social Programming Board announced Sunday night.
Francesca Williams, niece of the late playwright and author Tennessee Williams, visited Washington University on Thursday evening to celebrate the birthday of her late uncle.
In just a few months, the CCCU’s research into the controversial field of carbon sequestration—“clean coal”—will take shape in the form of the world’s first Staged Pressurized Oxy Combustion (SPOC) system, located in Urbauer Hall.
It’s been two weeks since a racist fraternity incident rocked the University of Oklahoma and two years since the Danforth campus hosted a controversy of its own, and David Stetter knows that the Greek community has an image problem.
Ranging from Laughter Yoga to free massages in Olin Library, events relating to mental health and illness are a part of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
Focusing on the stories and struggles of local community members, Project East St. Louis held a panel Wednesday to challenge the stigma associated with the area.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Chabad on Campus brought in Holocaust survivor Eugen Schoenfeld, who attended Washington University after being released from the concentration camp.
Jaquese North, 18, was arrested on Saturday after attacking two women this month near the Washington University campus.
Instead of the intended panel discussion on Thursday, planners organized a rally outside the museum. Under the #SelectiveHistory banner, which protesters of the museum’s decision used on social media last week, a wide variety of around 75 attendees showed up to the changed event, which still included speakers from the four groups.