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Future of spring 2022 study abroad to be determined in mid-December amid concerns over omicron variant

Washington University will decide in the upcoming weeks if the omicron variant will disrupt spring study abroad programs

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Uncle Joe’s hosts suicide recognition and prevention workshop as demand for mental health care increases on campus

Uncle Joe’s taught around 25 students how to assess and help prevent suicidal ideation among their peers at a workshop, Friday

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WU to adopt need-blind policy starting this admissions cycle

Through a $1 billion investment in financial aid, the University will become the final top-20 college in the country to adopt the policy.

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What do I do if I’m exposed to COVID-19? Answers to some common pandemic questions

A guide to some common questions students have asked about COVID-19 at WU.

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Testing access, student vaccination rate, exposure policy: Your campus COVID-19 questions answered

Free asymptomatic testing is available for all students in room 239 at the Danforth University Center, though the University has not advertised it.

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WU receives record number of applications, admits 4,374 students in a tumultuous college admissions cycle

Washington University received 33,634 applications to the class of 2025, marking a 20% increase from last cycle, with 4,374 total students admitted at an overall acceptance rate of 13%.

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SU candidates discuss platforms, answer questions from WU community at forum

The forum, which took place one week before SU elections on March 30, covered topics ranging from accountability and transparency to the role of WUPD and Greek Life on campus.

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Individual unaffiliated with WU arrested for multiple trespassing incidents, sent to a hospital for an unrelated back injury

Washington University community members were alerted March 12 at 4:07 p.m. to a series of trespassing incidents that transpired on the Danforth Campus over a period of three days and culminated in the arrest of a man unaffiliated with the University by the Washington University Police Department. The person’s reason for trespassing was unclear, and […]

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‘It’s our duty to enact positive change in our community’: WU students engage with St. Louis mayoral campaigns ahead of March primary

As the city of St. Louis gears up for the first primary of its mayoral election, several Washington University students are actively engaging with the campaigns.

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Businesses on Delmar Loop adapt to changing landscape; WU community helps keep doors open

The spread of COVID-19 and frequently changing guidelines have contributed to the difficulties that small businesses on the Delmar Loop have grappled with over the past year.

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