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Update from the Student Union Treasury Meeting

Student Union (SU) Treasury’s weekly meeting on Jan. 24 heard appeals from a variety of clubs, including an appeal SU rejected from SAILWashU to attend a conference.

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Conservative speaker draws questions regarding race theory, gender, and sexuality

Amala Ekpunobi, a conservative speaker whose visit angered many students that view her as transphobic, spoke about her ideological shift to conservatism on Dec. 9.

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Underpass spray-painted with anti-SU, pro-trans speech

Spray-painted graffiti near the South 40 criticized Student Union (SU) for SU Treasury’s vote to bring in a conservative speaker, who many view as anti-trans, to speak on campus, Dec. 5.

and | Senior News Editor and Contributing Writer

Upperclassmen housing options and other Residential Life updates

On-campus housing will be available to a limited number of juniors and seniors in the upcoming housing application.

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University launches mental health training program to combat suicide

The Habif Health and Wellness Center will promote conversations about suicide and mental health with a newly available training program, QPR.  QPR is a nationwide training course that emphasizes three key steps in “recognizing and responding to signs of suicidal thinking or behavior,” according to The Source, which are “question, persuade, and refer.” The program […]

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WashU Students weigh-in on Midterm results 

949 students and community members voted at the Sumers Recreation Center in the midterm elections this Tuesday, Nov. 8. Voters decided on Senate and House seats, police funding, and the legalization of marijuana, among other ballot items. 

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St. Louis School shooting leaves three dead, seven others injured

Two people were killed in a shooting at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School (CVPA) in south St. Louis on Monday.

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University announces fundraising initiative for student support and scholarships 

The University announced Make Way, an initiative to raise at least $600 million to diversify the student body and remove the financial barriers tied to admissions and the student experience, on Oct. 6. 

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New StEP Business sells water subscriptions

The company has drawn controversy for advertising its services as environmentally-friendly and using marketing tactics that state that drinking tap water from bathroom sinks at Washington University is less sanitary than WATERDROPd’s offerings.

and | Junior News Editor and Contributing Writer

School of Arts & Sciences moves forward with signature initiatives 

The School of Arts & Sciences continues to make progress on planning and implementing what they have deemed “signature initiatives” as part of their updated strategic plan— a decade-long agenda to “build a top University.”

and | James Ellinghaus and Lydia Sidrys

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