New Sophomore 60 gives old events new branding, cohesion

You may not always remember your first 60 days—at least, not of your sophomore year. Washington University’s new Sophomore 60 program isn’t intended to compete with First 40 and make sophomore year as memorable as the freshman experience. However, the program is analogous in offering a cohesive catalog of events aimed at streamlining programming.

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Large-scale programming embraces diversity in practice

Our University has a diverse student body, but a criticism oft-levied at the makeup of this campus is that its different factions are prone to self-segregation. Though no amount of programming can fully solve this problem, structured collaboration between student groups is a good place to start.