Make sure programming weeks are worth the cost

Wash. U. loves weeks. We love programmed weeks with all of the fury of our Facebook pages, with the unmitigated intensity of the painted Underpass and with the fearsome flyers that paper bathroom stalls around campus.

Students talk politics, but not at programs

Despite an unprecedented level of political programming from groups around campus, informal discussion remains the most common form of political engagement by students. Such students often want to participate in the election, but are pressed for time.

| Editor in Chief

SU provides $55,000 for election programs

To stimulate political discourse among Washington University students as the general election draws closer, Student Union plans to distribute additional funds for election-related programming.

| Senior News Editor