The meeting focused on the meaning of being Latinx, the history of ALAS’ involvement in the lives of Latin American students’ lives at Wash. U. since the group’s start in 1991 and how the group’s role has changed since then.
This weekend is one for the books. With a variety of events happening, you might as well close your eyes, point at this list, and you’ll find a good one! Or just go to each one for half an hour, whatever works.
Good things come to those who prepare. Nowhere is that more apparent than with food.
To all of you canine-lovers out there, here is a guide to just some of the many dogs out on campus, available for some tail-wagging, face-licking and all-around adorable-ness. Live-in staff and faculty are permitted to have pets in the communities; so, if you see them walking around the Swamp, don’t be afraid to introduce yourself!
The triumphant smiles and proud cheers of this year’s Tri My Best Adaptive Triathlon participants and families shone through the chilly Sunday morning drizzle.
This week we got some good news. Bittersweet news to some, hopeful news to others, but altogether good news. To be more specific, we received Washington University’s response to handling sexual assault and misconduct most heavily publicized in late April.
Facilitated by the Gephardt Institute, Meet St. Louis provides a number of small group activities for first-years to step out of the infamous Washington University bubble and engage with St. Louis.
It turns out our driver, understandably so, accepted both an Uber and a Lyft in order to potentially maximize his profits for the night despite only having a 6-seat car.
This past Labor Day weekend, the Central West End’s St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church hosted their annual St. Louis Greek Festival by decorating the corner of Kingshighway Boulevard and Forest Park Avenue blue and white, serving authentic cuisine and providing free entertainment to celebrate Hellenic culture.
Since we all get a three-day weekend, and planned Welcome Week events only last six days, Washington University students have to make some hard decisions in the following days, like what to do on Labor day.