Washington University Police Chief Mark Glenn will create a student advisory group to improve communications between the Washington University Police Department and the student body.
Student Union hosted the second Game Day event of the year in preparation for the Washington University’s football team’s home game against Illinois Wesleyan University Oct. 20. SU partnered with WUSTL Athletics, Green Dot, Student Affairs, the Olin Business School and United Provisions for the programming.
A coalition of pre-health student groups will host Washington University’s Pre-Health Week, a five-day event featuring programming from Monday, Oct. 22 through Friday, Oct. 26.
Student Union President senior Grace Egbo passed an executive order to formally create SU task forces Oct. 16, four days after the Constitutional Council deemed them unconstitutional.
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Asian and Pacific Islanders Demanding Justice (APIDJ) hosted the event to address racially insensitive messages sent in the Umrath first floor GroupMe Sept. 30. It was designed to create a safe space for Asian and Pacific Islanders and other students to discuss the incident and to share their experiences as minority students on campus.
Washington University students spoke about campus issues for the live taping of MSNBC’s “Live with Katy Tur” outside of the Danforth University Center Thursday, Oct. 11.
The outdoor event, held in the parking lot outside of the Danforth University Center, was the first Jewish cultural festival of its kind held in St. Louis and featured musical performances, artists and cultural foods.
Teaching Racial Understanding Through Honesty and Student Union held a discussion on community policing with police leaders from the Washington University Policy Department, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and Washington University faculty and administration in Umrath Lounge Oct. 17.
All future Student Union Senate meetings will now be livestreamed, following the passage of a bill Tuesday, Oct. 9.