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.
After a lengthy absence from Washington University, the sociology department is making its return, starting with the appointment of Steve Fazzari as chair.
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.
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.
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.
As the final administration of the current MCAT exam approaches, pre-medical school students are conflicted about which version of the exam to take.
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.
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.
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.
Students found themselves showering in the dark and trapped in the elevator when a power outage struck campus Monday morning.