Jaden Satenstein

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Editor’s Note Episode 8: The WU quarantine experience

After receiving the dreaded contact tracing call, staff reporters and suitemates freshmen Julia Robbins and Olivia Poolos were sent into quarantine housing for 10 days.

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Editor’s Note Episode 7: Black athletes foster community and change

In this episode, we focus on how Black student-athletes are pushing for change in the Athletic Department.

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Editor’s Note Episode 6: What’s up with spring?

In this week’s episode of Editor’s Note, Multimedia Editor junior Jaden Satenstein talks to news reporter freshman Clara Richards and Senior News Editor junior Ted Moskal about what we know so far about the spring semester.

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Editor’s Note Episode 5: Students hit the polls

In this week’s podcast, multimedia editor Jaden Satenstein speaks with two StudLife editors about voter engagement and attitudes toward the election on campus.

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Editor’s Note Episode 4: Students call for WUPD abolition

Hear from WashU Students for Abolition organizers and the reporters who covered the group’s recent protest in this week’s episode of Editor’s Note.

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Editor’s Note Episode 3: The fight over the future of Greek Life

In this week’s episode of Editor’s Note, Multimedia Editor Jaden Satenstein talks to Managing Editor Jayla Butler about her coverage of the Greek Life abolition movement.

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Editor’s Note Episode 2: WUGWU takes to the streets

This week, we focus on our coverage of the Washington University Undergraduate and Graduate and Workers Union’s (WUGWU)’s recent Workers for Black Lives march in conversations with Student Life staffers and WUGWU members.

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Editor’s Note Episode 1: The story of a newsroom

As college campuses grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, student journalists are facing the story of a lifetime. In this new weekly podcast, Multimedia Editor Jaden Satenstein breaks down Student Life’s biggest stories with the reporters and editors who produced them.

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Chancellor Emeritus William H. Danforth dies at 94

William H. Danforth II, the thirteenth chancellor of Washington University, died Wednesday, Sept. 16 at his home in Ladue at the age of 94.

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Reopening, Part 3: Faculty prepare for a hybrid semester

With a hybrid semester, faculty members had a decision to make: To teach in-person or stay fully remote. With course quality, safety and other personal considerations to take into account, we explore how professors made that choice.

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