This fall marks the second year Washington University has offered its pilot course, Identity Literacy: An Introduction to Cultural Competence in a Diverse World. The University is now aiming to make the course mandatory for all incoming freshman as soon as Fall 2018.
Students at Harvard complained earlier this year when the school eliminated hot breakfasts in upperclassmen’s dormitories. College life is not what it once was.
Today’s Washington University students enjoy memory foam mattresses in some dorms on the South 40 and eat fresh sushi for lunch at the Danforth University Center.
Members of the Advisory Committee on Sexual Violence and Prevention (ACSVP) are moving forward with plans to hire an assistant director of sexual assault prevention and education. Over the summer, the committee chose three preliminary candidates to interview for the position.
Students and faculty attended a QA with Susan Marine, the former sexual assault prevention and education coordinator at Harvard.
Washington University’s umbrella organization for sexual assault prevention and education has reorganized itself under new leadership after a semester-and-a-half hiatus and for the first time has set a budget to support its efforts.
Student Union Senate passed a resolution Wednesday recommending that the Office of Residential Life expand its gender-neutral housing program. The proposal seeks to make gender-neutral housing, currently offered by the Office of Residential Life (ResLife) under a limited pilot program, an available option for all upperclass housing on the North Side and for all off-campus, […]