Washington University for Undergraduate Socio-Economic Diversity (WU/FUSED) hosted an open forum on Tuesday for students to share their stories and perspectives on socioeconomic diversity with administrators of Washington University.
A TIME journalist spoke on campus about the misrepresentation of Muslims in the media as well as her friendship and time spent with a Muslim sheikh that became the inspiration and content for her book.
OWN IT WashU, a newly formed student group that aims to encourage women to be their best selves, hosted a panel Monday night to discuss the challenges and celebrations of womanhood from different perspectives.
Identity Literacy: an Introduction to Cultural Competence in a Diverse World is a one-credit class focusing on diversity that will be offered through the College of Arts & Sciences for freshman starting next fall.
All day on April 15, members of the St. Louis community protested for a $15 minimum wage, which culminated in a rally on the steps of Brookings and a march through the Delmar Loop.
Student Life, the independent student newspaper of Washington University, won 22 awards in the 2015 Missouri Collegiate Media Association newspaper contest.
Students raised a total of $152,105.60 dollars at Relay for Life held from Saturday, April 11 to Sunday, April 12 on Francis Field.
Lori White has been announced as the new Vice Chancellor for Students, replacing Sharon Stahl on July 1. White is currently the vice president for student affairs at Southern Methodist University and has over 30 years of experience in university student services in total.
After decades of negotiations and planning, a new trolley system is being constructed on the Delmar Loop, which will connect the Loop to Forest Park with a stop at the Missouri History Museum.
A student-run panel was held April 7 for “Fight for $15,” a movement focused on raising the minimum wage to $15.