Graduate students rallied outside of the Danforth University Center Tuesday after withdrawing their petition to receive union recognition by the National Labor Relations Board Nov. 15.
In the news this weekend: Trans Day of Remembrance vigil, Mark Wrighton responds to the federal tax plan, and Wash. U. ranked seventh in the nation for entrepreneurship.
A 19-member committee has been formed to officially commence the board of trustees’ search for the next chancellor of Washington University, following the announcement of Chancellor Mark Wrighton’s retirement in 2019.
A chancellor needs to be a jack of all trades for their university. With Mark Wrighton retiring, here’s a list of candidates who could be that for Wash. U.
Mark Wrighton’s taste in fashion and style have remained rock-solid throughout all these years, as you will see from these carefully sourced pictures of Wrighton dug up out of the Student Life photo archives.
In his 22 years in St. Louis, Mark Wrighton presided over the most successful patch in Washington University’s athletic history.
Based on his past experience, I think that, if Thorp is to succeed Wrighton, the University will continue to be in national headlines for the wrong reasons.
The Scene staff shares the top items on our bucket list of what Wrighton ought to do before retiring.
Mark Wrighton will retire as chancellor of Washington University no later than July 1, 2019, he announced in a statement to the University community Friday.
With Chancellor Mark Wrighton’s retirement announcement, the University begins the search for his successor.