You’ve successfully braved the wild that is undergraduate life at Washington University. From learning how to order at each food station on campus, to planning how to run out of meal points, Bear Bucks, and notebooks by your last final, you have come a long LONG way for today. As you transition into the professional world, there are some tips I wanted to share with you from my own experience of stepping out of the Wash.U. bubble.
WILD is coming. The barrage of abnormally drunk people wandering Kingsbury Avenue, the demolished pairs of white Converse, the painstakingly picked “festival” outfits and the awkward eye contact you make with the administrators who volunteered to check your ID as you walk in.
This year, first-year Leah Thompson founded a new cultural group on campus, NASA (Native American Students Association). NASA helped to advertise for the 28th Annual Wash. U. Pow Wow, which was held this Saturday in the Athletic Center.
Towards the end of every semester, Washington University students continually face a meal point epidemic. Some students have an excess of meal points and need to somehow dispose of them before the semester ends. Others, like yours truly, are low on meal point funds.
Washington University is a hard school. You’ve worked the entire year and you’re probably feeling burned out. While it is extremely difficult to maintain healthy habits at college, your mental health is important and it has to be a priority. That’s why I planned what your reading period can look like so you don’t have to.
Perhaps Mark Zuckerberg predicted the rise of Tinder, too. After all, he invented FaceMash, a website that allowed you to compare the physical attractiveness of women for fun.
Hey there, hi there! Instead of food, today I will give you some advice on how to improve your chances when you are job hunting in college.
Tonight at 6 p.m. in Graham Chapel, Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education (LIVE), Sexual Harassment and Rape Anonymous Helpline (SARAH), and Student Union are hosting their annual Take Back the Night event.
Vegetables, veggies, that green stuff. Whatever you call it, plants have a crucial role in human diet and are critical in keeping us healthy.
I’ve always wanted to be summoned for jury duty. It feels to me like one of those quintessential institutions of American democracy, like public libraries and the postal service.