The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement and Wash U Votes—the team that chose which students groups would receive debate programming funds—went into this election season looking to defy the trend of college students not voting at Washington University.
Cincinnati-raised rapper Cal Scruby will open for Chiddy Bang at this year’s fall concert on Oct. 21, Social Programming Board announced Monday.
Two students are aiming to create a new late-night board game cafe on the Delmar Loop by February 2017. To assist in opening the cafe, they hope to raise $40,000 for the project via the crowdfunding website Kickstarter by Nov. 17.
Student Union has put the finishing touches on a new website in an effort to receive more input from the student body on possible areas of improvements.
Student Union will launch a new task force to revise its bystander intervention training program, It’s On Us, with a long-term goal of developing a campus culture that encourages students to be active bystanders.
In order to increase the ease with which students can keep track of their process in program requirements, the College of Arts & Sciences has rolled out a new software called WUachieve.
Seven new individual projects will soon take root on the East End of campus, and administrators are highlighting the connectedness of the largest expansion the Danforth Campus has ever seen.
As students flocked to various news outlets’ stages trying to get on TV with clever political signage, six fraternity brothers turned a “Hillary for Prison” sign into an avenue for direct involvement in Donald Trump’s campaign.
Responding to student dissatisfaction with mental health resources on campus, Student Union Senate unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night to reduce wait times at Student Health Services for mental health appointments, improve technical infrastructure and work with the student body to better healthcare services on campus.
Students have expressed mild but mixed reactions regarding Social Programming Board’s Tuesday announcement that Philadelphia rapper Chiddy Bang will headline this semester’s fall concert.