Washington University concluded the semester’s first two weeks of online classes Friday, marking the first time most courses have been fully remote since Spring 2021. For many students, the return to remote learning signified a rocky start to the semester.
Key issues include the future of Greek Life and mental health on campus.
Students rallied for fossil fuel divestment at WU, in a protest organized by Fossil Free WashU
STS and WUIT are working to address hardware and configuration issues in the University’s wifi infrastructure
The protest came nine days after some students went on academic strike, skipping class or attending remotely out of fear for their safety or in solidarity with Muslim, Black and brown students.
As Dining Services faces supply chain issues and staffing shortages, some students are struggling to find food options on campus.
WU’s sophomore class participated in the first ever Sophomore Welcome, an orientation program aimed at helping sophomores adjust to a more in-person semester.
Students and psychology professors provide insight into dealing with one of college’s many challenges.
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