This year’s Green Cup resulted in a greater amount of energy reduction than has been seen in any of the past years.
Although it did not directly address the topic of the word “retarded,” Monday night’s panel on disability in the media was part of a week of events intended to stop students from using the word.
Being a true Christian and achieving financial and professional success don’t have to be mutually exclusive, attorney and social entrepreneur Kyle Westaway said at this year’s Veritas Forum on Thursday evening.
MyPlate, the fashion industry and perceptions of health were among the varied topics covered in a presentation by Maybelline’s first African model, Yomi Abiola, Tuesday night. Abiola’s presentation was a part of Eating Disorder Awareness Week, hosted by student group Reflections.
Former governor, ambassador to China and presidential candidate Jon Huntsman Jr. spoke in Graham Chapel Tuesday evening about his reflections on politics, the college generation and China. Huntsman spoke of the good things he is expecting from this generation, especially the ways in which he hopes it will serve the country.
Using an anagram made up of executive board members’ Facebook profile pictures, CS40 unofficially announced late Sunday night that Walk the Moon would headline WUStock 2014, which will be held on Saturday, April 5. Walk the Moon is a Cincinnati-based indie pop band most famous for the singles “Anna Sun” and “Tightrope” off the band’s 2012 self-titled album.
Using an anagram made up of members’ Facebook profile pictures, Congress of the South 40 unofficially announced late Sunday night that Walk the Moon will headline WUStock 2014. CS40 plans to formally announce the headliner for its annual concert—which will be held on Saturday, March 29—early this week.
The sophomore honorary Lock and Chain kicked off George Washington Week with a panel on diversity of divinity. As is the tradition of George Washington Week, the honorary is hosting a weeklong series of events intended to bring together the Washington University community.
Students expressed mixed reactions to Social Programming Board’s announcement that actors Mike Birbiglia and Judah Friedlander would perform on campus for the spring comedy show. In the aftermath of the announcement made at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, many students were unsure who the headlining comedians were.
After hosting author and journalist Sheryl WuDunn in Graham Chapel Tuesday night, the Half the Sky Movement campus chapter is disavowing the author of its namesake book. By the end of a response event held the next day, the co-presidents expressed their desire to potentially change their group’s name to disassociate themselves from WuDunn’s opinions.