Four years after being disbanded for undisclosed violations of both Washington University and national fraternity policy, the Beta chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity will return to Washington University this semester, participating in fall rush to begin the process of recolonizing their organization.
For diners looking for environmentally conscious options, the Delmar Loop is now home to twelve Green Dining Alliance-certified restaurants that go the extra mile to promote sustainable practices.
The Washington University Rape and Sexual Violence Prevention Center has pledged to train all sophomores living in Residential Life housing in relationship violence prevention through a new online program entitled Stand By Me.
As a particularly controversial election season enters its homestretch, Washington University is preparing to play a major role in some of 2016’s history-making moments. Pulling off an event like this is no small feat, but as a five-time host, the University has a pretty good idea of what it takes—and what it offers to its students.
The offices on the second floor of the Danforth University Center have a new name and mission: Campus Life.
In anticipation of the fall 2016 Washington University-hosted presidential debate, student groups can now apply for funding from Student Union for politically related programming. A total of $75,000—which was earmarked for debate-related programming through SU’s budget allocation process last semester—will be available to both undergraduate and graduate student groups.
Tickets will be discounted to a third of full price and a Washington University designated zone will be provided through a Social Programming Board, Student Union and Loufest collaboration for the 2016 festival.
Remembered as caring, selfless and a bit on the silly side by her friends, Maggie Ryan, a 2016 Washington University graduate, was killed last month in a car accident.
Highly regarded by administrators for his achievements in academia, breadth of experience and personable nature, Mark Taylor is more than qualified to take over as the dean of the Olin Business School.
Mark Glenn will serve as the Washington University Police Department’s new Chief of Police, the University announced Friday. Although Glenn has long-term goals focusing on community involvement and advocacy, his first major task will be to prepare campus for the frenzy of protests and political activity that many anticipate to arrive with the upcoming presidential debate Washington University will host this October.