This situation demands a more coordinated response than what the WashU administration has given thus far.
The University must consider other areas such as legacy admissions to further demonstrate continued commitment to socioeconomic diversity.
If you’re spending the summer in St. Louis, you’ll find plenty of fun activities to keep yourself busy. Here are some of our favorites.
Transgender and non-binary students deserve to receive vehement and unwavering support from their university as Missouri lawmakers continue to threaten their safety by attacking their rights to gender-affirming care.
Unfortunately, we can’t make the choices for you. However, we can do our best to guide you toward some of our favorites.
Be it individual students deciding to start something wacky, or leaders in student government and Campus Life coming up with more campus activities, WashU needs more campus traditions.
The University must rectify this by voicing more consistent support for the Center as well as for its transgender students during this time of crisis.
The issue is, students and families don’t know exactly where their money is going, or how it’s being used, nor are we privy to any information about how tuition increases are calculated each year. We are asking for a detailed breakdown of University expenses, broken down by general category.
As the excitement around Thanksgiving Break grows, it can be easy to lose track of another impending deadline: class registration. Whether you have poured over course listings and have a robust list of classes or this article is your wake up call to poke around the course listings, the Student Life Editorial Board is here to help.
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