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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.

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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. 

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Men’s soccer bests #14 Carnegie Mellon to keep their UAA title defense alive

WashU won 2-1 against Carnegie Mellon to improve their season record to 6-3-2.

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Men’s soccer opens conference play with a hard-fought win over Emory

The Washington University men’s soccer team edged out Emory University in their UAA play opener, with a scoreline of 2-1 to improve their record to 4-3 for the season. While travel trips have been a point of difficulty for the team, the Bears ended their three games losing streak for away matchups to collect a needed win against a tough opponent. 

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Men’s soccer remains undefeated at home heading into UAA showdown

The team remained undefeated at home after overcoming Hope College 1-0 Tuesday afternoon. The win buoyed the team’s season record to 3-3 for the year as it heads into UAA conference showdown games this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.

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