New student-run nightlife group hosts first event, caters to 18-plus crowd

Premier, a new student-run nightlife event-organizing company, held its first event, a post-spring break party, on Saturday, March 25.

| Staff Reporter

Local human rights groups condemns University’s use of electroconvulsive therapy

The St. Louis chapter of the Citizens’ Commission on Human Rights condemned psychiatrists at Washington University’s School of Medicine for their use of electroconvulsive therapy on patients suffering from severe depression.

| Staff Reporter

Physics students discuss department’s ongoing lack of women

Washington University’s physics department currently employs zero tenured or tenure-track women faculty, a statistic emblematic of the department’s gender disparity in both the number of students and professors.

Danielle Drake-Flam | Staff Reporter

Campus Life releases Greek life survey comparing WU to other institutions

In an effort to understand how Washington University Greek life compares to other universities and which areas of the Greek life system need improvement, Campus Life released a survey to all students in fraternities and sororities the week before spring break.

Rory Mather | Contributing Reporter

Beta Theta Pi opts out of ThurtenE, will hold independent event

Beta Theta Pi will hold an alternative philanthropy event with a local charter school rather than participate in the ThurtenE Carnival this year.

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Campaign seeks to reduce number of missed SHS mental health appointments

In response to a high volume of missed mental health appointments at Student Health Services, the Health and Wellness Committee has launched a campaign to reduce the number of missed appointments.

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New dining initiative allows students to purchase from food trucks with meal points

Washington University students had the option to upgrade their lunches from a half and half to a freshly made cheesesteak sandwich, all on the University’s meal plan thanks to local food truck “Steak Louie” this Tuesday.

Olivia Szymanski | Staff Reporter

Carroll trial proceeds to evidentiary hearing

Former Dean of Students Justin X. Carroll appeared before federal Judge David D. Noce for a pretrial hearing yesterday morning, with Noce ruling that enough evidence exists to send the case to trial.

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WU/FUSED broadens efforts for socioeconomic diversity on campus

WU/FUSED, Washington University’s chapter of national coalition U/FUSED, is taking new strides toward socioeconomic diversity within the undergraduate population following the increase of Pell-eligible students at the University.

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WU receives record number of applicants

Washington University received a record number of applicants for the class of 2021, with the final total coming in at more than 30,464 students who applied, Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced to the board of trustees Friday. The total number of applicants reflects a 4 percent increase from last year, which saw 29,197 applicants, and a 28 percent increase since 2008, with 22,005.

| Staff Reporter