Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White announced that Rob Wild, associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of the First Year Center, will be replacing Justin Carroll as dean of students, Friday.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life David Stetter no longer works for Washington University, having vacated the position on June 27.
Our editorial board recommends that Senate and Treasury vote not to fund the request due to a gross lack of specific information from the University on what the money would be used for, it being a misuse of the student activities fee and for its likelihood to set a bad precedent
Residential Life is seeking to relieve some of the financial strain involved in the housing selection process by considering a standard housing rate to remove the difference between traditional and modern dorms.
Beginning this semester, Residential Life now falls under the charge of Associate Vice Chancellor for Students Rob Wild after more than 20 years in the hands of Dean of Students Justin Carroll.
When campus climate survey results were announced at a forum on Monday, many students were neither surprised by the results nor impressed with Washington University’s response to them.
Students awoke Thursday to find the Washington University campus blanketed by snow from a storm that swept through the Midwest Wednesday night and into the following morning. But while hundreds of nearby schools and universities closed due to the snowfall estimated at just under eight inches, the University remained open.
The St. Louis County government said on Monday that a transit sales tax measure similar to Proposition M could appear on the county ballot this April, as a coalition of transit advocates ramps up its campaign efforts.
Chancellor Mark Wrighton and Student Union Senate each endorsed a general election ballot initiative earlier this week that would provide additional funding for St. Louis Metro.
Though the construction projects on campus remain apparent to Washington University’s students, the administration is saying that they will not affect today’s vice presidential debate in the Athletic Complex.