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Men’s basketball concludes season at NCAA second round

In one of the most electric and competitive games the Francis Gymnasium has seen in the past 12 months, the No. 18 Washington University men’s basketball team lost to No. 19 North Park University in an agonizing and excoriating 72-69 defeat. 

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UAA royalty: Track claims indoor conference championship

The WashU men’s and women’s track and field team took the 2023 UAA indoor titles home this past weekend. After a series of impressive performances, they earned the most points to cement their place as the Kings and Queens of UAA. 

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Scholar-Champions, elevated: WashU unveils state-of-the-art sports performance center

“While a beautiful sports performance center itself doesn’t mean we will automatically win every game, it demonstrates that we have the support from the athletics department, which is invaluable,” said junior softball player Emily Talkow.

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The beautiful game: WashU students get ready to risk it all for the FIFA World Cup

After a four-year hiatus, the FIFA World Cup returns again to the global stage. For a lot of WashU students, the tournament matches will be more than just games.

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2022 FIFA World Cup Preview: How pools are shaping up 

Starting on November 20th, the 2022 FIFA World Cup will kick off in Qatar. Despite controversial working conditions, homophobic statements, and corruption, international soccer’s biggest event returns for the first time in four years.

and | Senior Multimedia Editor, Junior Sports Editor

Josh Hawley, No Nut November, and the masculinity problem

No Nut November: The annual challenge where WashU students decide to take a break from Larkin Love for a month, and, perhaps, Senator Josh Hawley gets bored of destroying our democracy by participating in No Nut November himself?

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Men’s soccer falls to #2 Chicago to close out the season

WashU men’s soccer concluded their season with a final loss to top-ranked University in Chicago.

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Avoiding World War III: WU National Security Historian Analyzes the War in Ukraine

Last spring, in the early days of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Professor Knapp sat down with StudLife to break down the conflict from both a historical and intelligence perspective. Now, eight months later, Knapp returns with an update.

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Men’s soccer loses to Brandeis, NYU to fall out of playoff contention

The Washington University men’s soccer team lost two consecutive UAA road games over the weekend to bring their record to 6-5-2 for the season.

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Opinion submission: WashU, support first-gen, low-income students by extending the First Year Startup Grant

The Student Union Senate calls on the University to extend the First Year Startup Grant administered by the Financial Aid office for a second year, as a means of easing laundry costs for students receiving financial aid and providing a comprehensive support system in and out of the classroom. 

, , , , and | Student Union Senate Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee Members

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