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Title Mine: WU students relaunch survivor-centric relationship and sexual violence prevention movement

First established in 2018, Title Mine comprises a group of students who began organizing in response to several relationship and sexual violence survivors’ op-eds.

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In Between: pan-Asian mental health conference returns to WashU this weekend 

In-between, an annual pan-Asian mental health conference founded in 2019, will return to Washington University on April 8.

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Chickpea oatmeal: WashU entrepreneurs tackle breakfast

Chickpeas for breakfast? That’s the brainchild of senior Chiara Munzi, who launched chickpea oatmeal company ChiChi in 2022.

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WU windsurfer hopes to sail to the Paris games 

or sophomore Bryn Muller, windsurfing started as “just a fun high school sport.” But it has become much more than that these days as Muller campaigns for the 2024 Olympic Games.

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Emmy winner discusses Asian American experience

Li started a nonprofit organization called Very Asian Foundation, where she works to amplify and expand Asian stories and experiences through representation and inclusion. 

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Less than one percent of WU students test positive for COVID-19 during pre-arrival and entry testing

Washington University’s positivity rate for entry and pre-arrival testing was less than 1% as students returned to campus.

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‘It’s a balancing act’: Student dance groups struggle to find practice space on campus

Many student dance groups have reported difficulties practicing for upcoming shows and festivals as a shortage of practice space on campus persists.

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Student Union creates Activist Equipment Supply to ‘promote civic dialogue’

SU’s activist equipment supply will allow students to access megaphones, poster boards and other protest-related resources.

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Accommodations and anxiety: Navigating WU Dining Services with food allergies

As a high school senior touring colleges last spring, I distinctly remember walking into the DUC at Washington University in St. Louis and seeing colorful posters hanging from the ceiling: “No. 3 Best Campus Food, Princeton Review.” As someone who has managed food allergies to dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish for my entire life, I wondered how accurate this statement would be for me. 

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‘We are here and we want to listen’: Uncle Joe’s reopens its office after pandemic shift to virtual services, reports uptick in student usage

After suspending in-person counseling during the pandemic, Uncle Joe’s has reopened for the fall semester

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