Staff editorial: University-driven surveys hold promise

The Student Life Editorial Board commends the University for taking proactive steps to solicit feedback as they plan the future of the University.

University conducts survey to guide campus renovation

The Office of Student Affairs put up surveys on boards around campus just before Thanksgiving break, asking students for their thoughts about campus spaces.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

Staff Editorial: Overpass construction is an inconvenience to all

As classes begin, students approaching Danforth Campus from the north will be faced with an unpleasant surprise as they encounter the now-closed Overpass for the first time.

Newman Exploration Center and Thomas Gallery open in Olin Library

An open house event allowed Washington University students, faculty and St. Louis residents to tour the recently opened Newman Tower of Collections and Exploration and the Thomas Gallery last Thursday.

Jessica Bigley | Staff Reporter

Wash. U. no longer to renovate Lee, Beaumont over summer 2018

The decision to cancel the planned renovation was made when the architect of the project discovered accessibility-related challenges with the new design.

Kathleen White | Staff Reporter

Lee and Beaumont residential halls to be renovated in summer 2018

Lee and Beaumont Residential College will be renovated in summer 2018 for the incoming class of 2022, delaying its demolition date by an estimated 10-15 years.

Emma Baker | News Editor

Whispers Cafe reopens after 18 months of construction

Olin Library’s Whispers Cafe reopened Tuesday after an 18-month hiatus, offering new coffee and tea options in its latest iteration.

Jessica Bigley | Contributing Reporter

Campus construction remains on schedule

Construction on the east end expansion, Olin Library and Bryan Hall are all on schedule.

Jessica Bigley | Contributing Reporter

Caution on campus: Hades’ work in progress

So, you made it to Washington University and now there’s a giant pit in front of Brookings. Here are some other hazards for you to know about.

| Contributing Writer

University should be aware of student needs despite construction

After 48 hours of festivities and opening ceremonies, the Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center has finally been christened as the newest building on Washington University’s campus. Tens of millions of dollars, two years of partial closures, a presidential debate and a few patched renovations later, the student body has been rewarded for their patience.

| Forum Editor