A Washington University report on injuries associated with electronic scooters found that e-scooter injuries occur every three days. One out of every eight of those injuries results in a visit to the emergency room.
Washington University’s College of Arts & Sciences made two new majors and a concentration available to students for the 2019-2020 school year. The University now offers a new joint economics and computer science major, an astrophysics major and a production concentration in the Film and Media Studies department. With these new areas of study, students […]
Four armed robberies occurred in the Skinker-DeBaliviere neighborhood Sept. 6 and 7, according to a crime alert sent by the Washington University Police Department, Sept. 8.
Student Union proposed a new structure for Social Programming Board at a joint session of SU Senate and Treasury, Sept. 3.
Chancellor Andrew Martin and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White are creating a Student Affairs Advisory Board to increase transparency and communication between Washington University administration and its student body.
Washington University in St. Louis Parking & Transportation Services unveiled a new policy banning the use of electric scooters and other motorized transportation devices on campus earlier this week.
Washington University saw quite a few changes while classes were out of session for the summer. We’ve recapped them here, in case you were on summer brain and missed a few things.
Washington University Parking & Transportation Services and Washington University Police Department (WUPD) are each introducing services to increase the connectedness and safety of North Campus and its surrounding neighborhoods.
Washington University will increase the minimum hourly wage to $15 an hour for regular employees and basic service contractors on July 1, 2021, Chancellor Andrew Martin announced June 25.
An activist art demonstration was constructed on fraternity row depicting the amount of reported sexual violence across fraternities, in response to an email from an anonymous fraternity member, early Thursday morning.
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