Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced that Washington University will not divest its endowment from fossil fuel companies in a statement Saturday.
More than six in 10 food service workers at Bon Appetit voted in favor of union representation Friday, according to the official vote tally from the National Labor Relations Board.
Student Union’s Treasury allocated $245,000 to bring in seven speakers for next year’s Trending Topics, its speaker series, in a special session Saturday.
Former University of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly LGBTQIA* athlete to be drafted in the NFL, spoke to students about his journey in College Hall Thursday.
The College of Arts & Sciences released an open letter reaffirming its commitment to policies of diversity and inclusion Thursday, placing special emphasis on applying these policies to the physics department—which currently has received criticism no tenured or tenured-track female professors.
Washington University’s Office of Residential Life will unveil a new software system to be used during the housing assignment process during the next academic year.
Campus Life made a new request of Student Union to fund it $100,000 as part of the group’s move—a $200,000 decrease from its first request.
The American Collegiate Schools of Architecture, led by Washington University College of Architecture Dean Bruce Lindsey, voiced its disapproval of President Trump’s proposed budget, which includes cuts to several art programs, April 7.
Three freshmen who are members of the Association of Latin American Students hope to establish a co-ed Latino fraternity at Washington University this fall.
After beginning its food truck pilot program this spring, Dining Services will meet at the end of the semester to the potential of continuing it into next fall.