Both the students and WashU should remember that the campus’s essential workers are people, too.
A WashU education continues to grow pricier, but after a pandemic and record endowment growth, the University should consider the necessity of raising tuition yet again.
The lack of a booster mandate is confounding at best and troubling at worst.
After outcry against the systemic oppression Greek Life perpetuates, more than half of sorority and fraternity members dropped. Now, those same organizations are making a comeback – but we shouldn’t let them.
In response to the failure to partner with Behavioral Health Resources, WashU plans to create another task force. We need action, not another committee.
WashU’s social scene doesn’t have to be bars and clubs – student groups and friend groups can make their own social life.
If you’re struggling to find electives to take next semester before registration, here are our suggestions.
For those who plan to visit St. Louis this weekend, remember that you are just that — visitors. Whatever you do for Parent & Family Weekend, do it mindfully.
With the University’s flu shot deadline approaching, here are some ways to get a shot off campus.
While the change to need-blind admissions has been long-desired — almost an unachievable fantasy — this turn of long-halted gears on a highly supported admissions modification is commendable. It also shows that plenty of other “fantastical” financial changes are equally possible.
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