Study indicates jump in law school interest after election, WU responds

This winter Kaplan Test Prep, noticing an uptick in law school applicants, conducted a nationwide survey of 537 pre-law students. The survey concluded that a potential reason for the jump in the number of law school applications this year was the 2016 presidential election.

Kathleen White | News Editor

Protest on the field and on campus: Thoughts on the wave of NFL protests and their effects on universities

The NFL national anthem protests have now reached the tuft fields of America’s college football teams.

Isaac Jacobson | Staff Reporter

Association of Latin American Students protests end of DACA program

The Association of Latin American Students organized a peaceful protest against the Trump Administration’s proposal to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program Friday, Sept. 22.

Jessica Bigley | Contributing Reporter

Students should protect DACA ideals

This past Tuesday, President Donald Trump called for a rollback of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This program uniquely affects the Wash. U. campus, as the young adults it shields are the same age to we who attend this school.

Wrighton releases statement on immigrant ban

Following an executive order issued by President Donald Trump Friday that banned immigration from certain countries into the United States, Chancellor Mark Wrighton released a statement to the Washington University community Sunday afternoon.

Op-ed submission: An open letter to Puzder Pal and School of Law Dean Nancy Staudt

When someone of your status publicly lavishes praise upon a vigorous opponent of fair wages, it severely decreases confidence that the University takes economic access and equity seriously.

| Class of 2015

We’re tired too, but this isn’t the end

When Washington University students woke up on Wednesday morning, they were living in a different America than they thought they would be. They woke up confused, they woke up in disbelief, they woke up angry.

Will America ever be great again?

This Tuesday, half of the nation mourned when one of the most repugnant men imaginable became president of the United States of America.

Lauren Alley | Staff Writer

A wave of missed and met expectations: A first-year’s perspective on the debate

In the underwhelming weeks leading up to the debate, I developed a very different perspective on the debate. Yes, there were a few things that were (or were not) going on around campus: the new Athletic Complex wasn’t open, there were some signs and WILD was canceled.

Alexa Miller | Contributing Writer

Economic counselors for each candidate hold a debate and (almost) resort to personal attack

Before the candidates took to the stage last night, their economic counselors—Gene Sperling for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and Peter Navarro for Donald Trump’s campaign—participated in a debate of their own.

| Staff Writer