Kathleen White

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Student Life wins 18 Missouri college newspaper awards

Student Life, Washington University’s independent student newspaper, won 18 awards in the 2018 Missouri College Media Association newspaper contest, which honors excellence in Missouri collegiate journalism published in 2018.

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‘We deserve to be heard’: APIDJ demands response from WU in letter-writing campaign

Asian and Pacific Islanders Demanding Justice (APIDJ) delivered letters to Washington University administrators requesting administrative support and accountability earlier this month.

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The fight for $15 at Washington University and beyond, explained

The Washington University Graduate Workers Union is currently occupying Brookings Quadrangle in its latest protest for a $15 an hour minimum wage and free subsidized child care for all University employees.

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‘We’ve made our demands’: WUGWU marches for $15/hour and free childcare

Washington University Graduate Workers Union (WUGWU) marched through campus in a protest that culminated in a Fight for $15 rally at Brookings Quadrangle and a sit-in at Chancellor-elect Andrew Martin’s office April 15.

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Washington University School of Medicine commits $100 million to scholarships

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis will devote $100 million to scholarships over the next ten years, the University announced Tuesday.

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Breaking: Washington University School of Medicine commits $100 million to scholarships

Washington University’s School of Medicine will devote $100 million to scholarships over the next 10 years.

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McKelvey School of Engineering introduces new Environmental Engineering major

The McKelvey School of Engineering’s Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering (EECE) now offers a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering.

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Washington University student starts LGBTQIA* helpline

Washington University junior Luka Cai is establishing a helpline at PrideCenter to serve the LGBTQIA* community in St. Louis.

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Fossil Free WashU shares board member’s response to divestment request

Washington University board member Harry Seigle supported fossil fuels and denied “the effects of anthropogenic climate change” in a response letter sent to Fossil Free WashU, the group shared on Facebook last week.

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‘Khush Raho’: The WU Hindi department fosters a family of learning

Many of the students who have taken Hindi or Urdu classes have found meaningful experiences with the language and a sense of community with their classmates and professors.

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