Staff ed: ‘Student Love’ is back for another year

After sustaining jokes about how “no one reads Student Life” the rest of the year, it’s nice to put together something that people will actually see.

Let’s talk about sex, baby: XMag broadens the conversation with art and articles about sexual health, sex positivity

XMag is a publication devoted to topics ranging from STI prevention to porn and everything in between.

| Senior Scene Editor

2017 sex survey statistics reveal students’ sex habits

The results for Student Life’s 2017 Sex Survey revealed that 76.4 percent of Washington University students have had sex—an increase from last year’s figure of 67.7 percent.

| Senior News Editor

PHOTO GALLERY: Let’s get naked

Student groups stripped down for Student Life’s annual sex issue shoot.

We’re up all night to get lucky

Everyone always need recommendations for the best music to nut in the gut to, so without further ado, Student Life presents our stupid sexy playlist.

| Staff Writer

Best and worst sex scenes

Student Life’s Cadenza staff dove into their favorite and least favorite sex scenes from film and TV:

Improve your romantic life by taking your date to a hockey game

Spend money on romantic experiences, specifically the most romantic experience there is: hockey games.

Jon Lewis | Staff Writer

Wilt Chamberlain was a well-traveled man

In his 1991 book “A View From Above,” Wilt Chamberlain made the now famous claim that he had slept with 20,000 different women over the course of his life. The claim is as famous as it is preposterous.

| Senior Sports Editor

‘Dance on my pole’: A collection of unlucky sexual short stories

I came to Washington University expecting a fairly vanilla semester; I am in a committed relationship and this is a school known more for education than getting crazy.

Lauren Alley | Staff Writer

Forum gets real on sexual education

As the Forum staff has found, our backgrounds in sexual education vary greatly, and they deserve to be examined equally. Without further ado, here is Forum’s take on a serious sex issue.

Lauren Alley, Peter Dissinger and Ariel Kravitz