Student groups prepare for arrival of Chancellor-elect Martin

As chancellor-elect, Andrew Martin will manage the day-to-day operations of the University. Chancellor Wrighton will continue serving as a liaison to the Board of Trustees, focus on program development and perform ceremonial tasks of the chancellor including spring commencement.

Curran Neenan | Staff Reporter

Band of Brothers: Bridging the gap between WU and St. Louis’ NPHC fraternities

In our third and final installment, we will discuss the relationship between Washington University and St. Louis’ National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations, as well as ways to bridge the gap between black students and black fraternities.

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Former Jimmy Carter policy advisor speaks on administration’s legacy

The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics hosted former Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat to speak on his recent biography of President Jimmy Carter, “President Carter: The White House Years” in Edison Theatre Dec. 5.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

Student Union Senate establishes Black Caucus

Student Union Senate will establish a Black Caucus to advocate for black students and other underrepresented minorities, senators announced Tuesday.

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Title Mine and WUPPGA to host letter-writing campaign

Title Mine and WU Planned Parenthood Generation Action will host a “Comment-Writing Party” in response to the Department of Education’s recently proposed Title IX regulations in the Danforth University Center at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7.

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Free Uber program to end after the fall semester

There are no plans to renew the partnership, which began amid the spate of carjackings and robberies in September. Vice Chancellor for Operations and Technology Transfer Dedric Carter said that the program was never meant to be a long-term solution for students living off campus.

Curran Neenan | Staff Reporter

Band of Brothers: Exploring the relationship between WU black men and historically black fraternities

Today, we’ll dive deeper into what prevents brothers from engaging with black Greek organizations and the cultural differences between black and white fraternities in St. Louis.

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Sorority recruitment sees drop in interest

Formal sorority recruitment registration closed with 455 students registered to participate, over 45 fewer than the year before.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

SWAP pushes for plastic straw ban on campus with Suck Sustainably event

Sharing With A Purpose handed out free reusable metal straws to students Nov. 30. Students also had the opportunity to make holders for their straws from upcycled shirts.

Merry May Ma | Contributing Reporter

WU prepares to comment on proposed Title IX changes

The Title IX investigation process is slated to change in accordance with a proposal from U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Washington University plans to submit a comment to the Department of Education alongside the other institutions in the Association of American Universities detailing its objections to the proposal.

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