WUSTL recognizes new social fraternity

Alpha Delta Phi was officially recognized as a social fraternity by Washington University, making it the first fraternity to be given an initial charter since 1928.

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Sociology department announces new chair, renewed hiring efforts

After a lengthy absence from Washington University, the sociology department is making its return, starting with the appointment of Steve Fazzari as chair.

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Lee/Beau on lockdown: Freshman dorms under zero-tolerance alcohol policy

A zero-tolerance policy banning alcohol consumption in the Lee/Beaumont Residential College is in effect until Tuesday after multiple students were sent to the hospital for drinking-related issues.

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WU’S Ferguson engagement efforts fail student activist expectations

Washington University’s official response to the events in Ferguson, Mo., has included lectures, forums and a food drive, but many argue that the University is not doing enough to address the problems at hand.

Katelyn Mae Petrin | Contributing Reporter

Olin Library printers cause problems for students, staff

As anyone hoping to print a paper between classes has probably noticed, the Olin Library printer kiosks have had difficulties with network issues this semester, leading to login, payment and printing problems for University community members.

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Pre-med students begin preparing for new MCAT

As the final administration of the current MCAT exam approaches, pre-medical school students are conflicted about which version of the exam to take.

Sam Weien | Contributing Reporter

SU limits funding for under-spending groups

Student groups and their piggy banks will find themselves affected by broad-reaching changes announced at the Student Union’s first-ever Budget Open Forum on Friday.

Emma Boczek | Contributing Reporter

Latino Heritage Week returns to campus

The month of September is widely recognized as Hispanic Heritage Month many Latin-American countries, as many countries received their freedom from colonialism on Sept. 15 and 16. ALAS had previously hosted a Latino Heritage Week, though one has not been held in recent memory.

Serena Mani | Contributing Reporter

Center for Diversity and Inclusion opening brings hope for further action

The second floor of the Olin Library was a bit louder than usual on Tuesday afternoon as the Center for Diversity and Inclusion officially welcomed Washington University community members for its grand opening.

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Blackout on South 40 causes student distress

Students found themselves showering in the dark and trapped in the elevator when a power outage struck campus Monday morning.

Katie Marcus | Contributing Reporter