Op-ed: Wash. U. must address double standards around protest

Washington University’s policy ignores black and brown students fighting against unjust systems who failed in the past and even the present to receive institutional protection.

Christian Ralph | Class of 2017

Wash. U. to support class of 2022 applicants who peacefully protest

“March on,” the statement from Washington University ends, pledging to prospective students in the class of 2022 that they will not face consequences from the University if they are disciplined for engaging in peaceful protests.

Emma Baker | News Editor

‘Black Panther’ breaks the mold

With an estimated $235 million in sales over the course of four days, director Ryan Coogler’s film ranks as “the biggest February opening weekend ever, the biggest non-sequel debut ever and the top-grossing film by a black director.”

Sabrina Sayed | Contributing Writer

Wash. U. doesn’t care about minority faculty

Only 10 percent of the tenure-tracked faculty at Washington University are minorities.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Environmental justice, jobs and ice cream: Office of Sustainability event connects Wash. U. students with St. Louis organization

Environmental and social justice go hand-in-hand. The Washington University Office of Sustainability organized an internship fair to highlight the link.

| Senior Scene Editor

What trigger warnings are and when they help

Helpful trigger warnings are few and far between. Here’s a list of ways to get out of triggering situations without losing your anonymity.

| Senior Scene Editor

Why we should stop telling white people they’re ‘woke’

Yes, white people should fight inequality. But no, white people should not need rewards for standing up for the rights of others.

Whitney Call | Contributing Writer

I am Black, not African-American

To me, African-American is a way to quietly forget the hundreds of years of torture Black Americans have suffered in America.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

You belong here

For minority communities, the moment you walk onto the grounds of a Predominately White Institution, you are immediately struck with the realization that this school wasn’t built for you.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Bringing to life the importance of consideration

What can a torn, crumpled up red star teach you about race relations in America?

Kya Vaughn | Staff Writer