Students move to demand WU Title IX changes

Washington University students will host a rally to express discontent with current Title IX reporting processes and University responses to sexual assault and harassment on campus. The rally will take place April 26 at 4 p.m.

| Senior Editor

Wash. U. has a man problem

By now, most of us has seen or heard about the anonymous op-ed, “Not a threat” published in Student Life April 16. It is unfortunate that this is not the first time in the last 365 days that a member of our community has decided to publicize their traumatic experience because of the failure of numerous offices at Washington University.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

University updates weapons policy, clarifies reporting system

Chancellor Mark Wrighton announced an update to “clarify and streamline” regulations on the possession of weapons, explosives and fireworks on campus in an email sent to the University community Tuesday.

Julia Arbanas | Staff Reporter

WU to launch Academy for Diversity and Inclusion

Washington University will launch the Academy for Diversity and Inclusion to support staff and faculty on diversity issues, as well as create a new assistant vice chancellor position to lead the academy this summer.

Kathleen White | News Editor

Op-ed: Wash. U. must address double standards around protest

Washington University’s policy ignores black and brown students fighting against unjust systems who failed in the past and even the present to receive institutional protection.

Christian Ralph | Class of 2017

University to update administrative systems

Washington University will begin a multi-year effort to improve its aging human resources, finance and student information systems this summer.

| Editor-in-Chief

Wash. U. doesn’t care about minority faculty

Only 10 percent of the tenure-tracked faculty at Washington University are minorities.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Wash. U. doesn’t care about minority students

Minority students are nothing more than social capital to the University, and once they can count you in their statistics, you are on your own.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Staff ed: Fool me twice

Dozens of Washington University students attended a Mardi Gras party hosted at the Phi Delta Theta house—a clear violation of their suspension.

Wash. U. graduate school, explained

Washington University’s graduate students make up half of the total student population, but to undergraduates especially, the Graduate School and its students can seem to be shrouded in a cloud of mystery.

Kathleen White | Contributing Reporter