The Student Sustainability Board, established this past fall semester, announced a new composting initiative that aims to make all campus events waste free.
Brian Adler, Speaker of the Wash. U. Student Union Senate, issues a class for students to apply for five open Senate seats.
Student Union hosted its annual Tuition Forum, which gives students an opportunity to learn about Washington University’s use of tuition money and financial aid efforts, Nov. 27.
The Opportunity Fund, a reserve used to afford stipends to qualifying low-income students to finance extracurricular activities, was launched by Student Union and Student Financial Services Nov. 27.
We’ve seen a lot of discord at Washington University over the past semester, but as we enter the holiday season, I would like to lighten our spirits a bit and discuss a topic that has recently come up.
I don’t quite see why describing “James Santos” as a gay, Latino man keeps Hamernik from championing the ideals of the WashU Pride Alliance and Association of Latin American Students.
Tyrin Truong clearly has nothing better to do with his time than attack people over an election he’s already won.
Student Union believes that socioeconomic status should not prevent students from having a complete undergraduate experience.
[Gregg] Adams deserved to be exposed, and some may argue that he should have expected it, by posting it in a public group chat, but Hamernik exposed him for the wrong reasons.
Since Sports Club Board (SCB) disbanded several years ago, many students and coaches have felt the need for a unifying body to address common concerns among sports clubs. Now it is back.