As a journalist, I always try to keep my own voice out of my writing and strive to finish everything on deadline. For this column, I have broken both of those rules. Sitting and reflecting on my time at Wash. U., I’ve drawn a blank on what to write about here.
A female undergraduate was raped early Monday morning while walking from the Danforth Campus to the DeMun neighborhood. According to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the victim was walking south on Skinker Boulevard near Northwood Avenue around 12:30 a.m. on Monday when an unknown suspect overtook her from behind.
Following the rape and robbery of a female undergraduate leaving campus, the University has expanded its door-to-door shuttle service for students living in off-campus housing.
Although the decision to expand Campus2Home was made at the same time that the University chose to send out a campus-wide alert, that e-mail did not include a reference to the expanded service.
A female undergraduate was raped and robbed by an unknown suspect on Monday morning around 12:30 a.m., according to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
According to reports from South 40 residents, responded to second floor of Lee Dormitory earlier today and have since left the scene. A fire alarm was triggered when stairwells became filled with smoke and the smell of burning.
The St. Louis County prosecutor has declined to press charges this month in the case of a Washington University student who reported being sexually assaulted last semester.
A female student reported this week being sexually assaulted by an acquaintance, according to the Washington University Police Department. The alleged assault took place on Sept. 29 and was reported to the police on Tuesday.
Idan Raichel, an Israeli musician, performed in the 560 Building last night, along with five other artists from The Idan Raichel Project. Washington University Student for Israel brought the group, which drew a crowd of nearly 750 for a multicultural concert.
After more than two decades of discussion, efforts to create an office to lead Washington University’s sexual assault prevention efforts are picking up pace, but there remains no consensus on how soon the position will be filled.
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