St. Louis Mayor Tishuara Jones answered questions from students and spoke about the lawsuit with Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey over reproductive healthcare funding, among other issues including the housing crisis.
In the first joint session of the semester on Sept. 19, Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate approved three new members to the Election Commission. The same night, Treasury representatives allocated $26,479.96 in funding to seven student groups.
In the past week, at least nine student-owned cars were broken into in the neighborhoods surrounding Washington University.
Treasury representatives in Student Union (SU) heard appeals from six clubs and allocated $18,866.03 in funding for sports teams to travel and clubs to host on-campus events, bringing the total amount of money allocated this semester to $34,685.53.
After an incident occurred at Shepley House at 12:13 a.m. on Monday, four individuals who are not affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis are facing pending criminal charges.
The Treasury branch of Student Union (SU) had their first meeting of the semester this Tuesday, where they welcomed new Treasury representatives, discussed goals for the year, and heard appeals from clubs, Sept. 5.
The scene is set: it’s Thanksgiving, and the whole family has gathered to celebrate and enjoy a nice meal. The food looks delicious, Grandma is happy to see everyone, and someone is wearing a really silly straw hat — what could possibly go wrong?
As part of a line-up of events for National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) week, Washington University club Embody hosted a dietician and an eating disorder therapist to discuss eating habits in college, continuing with their mission to spread knowledge about eating disorders and promote body inclusivity, Apr. 20.
After decades of connecting Washington University students, picture-based online directory service WebSTAC FACES has stopped operating due to the rise in popularity of social media.
Student Union’s (SU) Constitutional Council determined that SU Treasury demonstrated political bias when representatives chose not to fund a speaker appeal from the Washington University College Republicans (WUCR), a violation of SU’s Constitution, in a unanimous opinion released on April 5.
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