Katie Marcus

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IFC requires intervention training for 3/4 of fraternity members prior to formals

The Interfraternity Council unanimously voted to accept a resolution that requires all fraternity chapters to attend sexual assault intervention trainings before their respective formal events this spring.

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Sorority housing still lacking despite high involvement

With sorority involvement on campus reaching nearly 50 percent, Greek life continues to play an integral role in the lives of many women at Washington University. According to some administrators, however, sorority chapters have historically declined the opportunity to cohabitate in on-campus houses.

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Noa Yadidi named next editor-in-chief of Student Life

Noa Yadidi, a sophomore known by her colleagues for her journalistic enthusiasm and cross-sectional design and reporting skills, has been named editor-in-chief of Student Life for the 2016-17 academic year.

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Distinguished Hindi professor sees new South Asian languages and culture major on the horizon

Hindi, the fourth most common natively spoken language in the world, has found itself a home at Washington University—and it’s growing.

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Gamma Phi Beta extends more than 100 bids, continues into informal recruitment

Washington University’s newest sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, extended over 100 bids last weekend at the culmination of the chapter’s formal recruitment process.

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Former WU librarian files age discrimination suit against University

A former head of special collections at Washington University filed a suit against the University claiming that age discrimination led to hostility and poor reviews from supervisors.

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Leading Together campaign increases fundraising goal by $300 million for 2018

Washington University’s Leading Together fundraising campaign will be aiming to raise an extra $300 million because it is approximately two years ahead of schedule. After the campaign reached $2.12 billion in funds raised in December 2015, Washington University’s Board of Trustees voted to increase the 2018 Leading Together goal from $2.2 billion to $2.5 billion.

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Olin Dean Mahendra Gupta steps down, plans to return to teaching and research positions within WU

After over a decade of service as the Dean of the Olin Business School, Mahendra R. Gupta will leave his position to spend more time with his family and to further pursue his interests in research and teaching.

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UCollege journalism department updates with new, integrated communications major

The University College journalism department is in talks to develop a new program that would combine the ever-growing presence of digital media communications with the art of investigative storytelling.

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Kweskin named new Chief Financial Officer

Amy Kweskin, current associate vice chancellor for finance and treasurer, has been named vice chancellor for finance and chief financial officer by Chancellor Mark Wrighton.

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