Washington University will replace its Student Information System (SIS), the core technological system for information services and academic operations, with Workday Student.
Two rallies on Washington University’s Mudd Field were scheduled for Friday morning in response to the latest Israel-Hamas war: One to show support for Israel, and another to protest the Israeli government’s blockade of food, water, and electricity in Gaza.
EG.5, the new Omicron variant, has led to a surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the Washington University community.
The Student Union (SU) inauguration was held in Tisch Commons to welcome new treasurers and senators to the body, April 12. Administrators and SU representatives also used the time to spotlight key members of the Student Union community throughout the 2022–2023 academic year.
Washington University continues to implement the initiatives of its ten-year strategic plan, Here and Next, into its programming, courses, and research opportunities.
Student Union (SU) Senate discussed constitutional and election packet changes, gave committee updates, and brainstormed ways to improve the SU Annual Survey that shapes the goals of Senate for the upcoming year in their meeting, March 7.
The Washington University Student Media Inc. (WUSMI) board of directors named juniors Olivia (Via) Poolos and Clara Richards as next year’s Student Life co-editors-in-chief (EIC).
Student Union Treasury approved all of this week’s appeals in their latest session, Jan. 31.
Dr. Fiona Hill, the former Senior Director for Europe and Russia of the National Security Council (2017-19), spoke about the dangers of Putin, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and her interest in foreign affairs in Hillman Hall, Jan. 26.
Campus Life’s “Tuesday Tea @ 3” event, previously hosted on a weekly basis in the Danforth University Center (DUC), will now occur once a month during the spring 2023 semester.
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