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You’re not a Woman in STEM, and that’s OK

Whatever other factors are affecting your decisions, don’t let the pressure to study STEM eliminate the possibility of studying another field that you might care about. 

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Dining Services unveils sustainability initiatives

Dining Services rolled out a handful of initiatives to reduce waste in campus dining locations this year. 

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Student Union elections see higher turnout after implemented changes

Twenty-nine point two percent  of Washington University students voted for Student Union (SU) this year, a 6% increase from the 23.4% that voted in the Spring of 2022. The increase in voting can be attributed to changes in the voting platform, increased social media presence, and a new co-campaigning policy. In addition to increasing voting […]

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Campus Creamery celebrates its grand opening

Campus Creamery, a new Student Entrepreneurial Program (StEP) campus store selling ice cream, celebrated its grand opening outside the Gregg storefronts on March 30. 

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Investigative News Journalists Check Out Sodexo SLU Dining

Cosplaying as a SLU student for the afternoon was the experience of a lifetime (me when I lie), and the food provided by Sodexo makes me largely optimistic for the future of WashU dining.

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Sterling K. Brown to Speak at 2023 Commencement

Washington University announced on Wednesday morning, March 29, that Sterling K. Brown will speak at the 2023 commencement ceremony.

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SU passes general budget of $4.2 million

Student Union unanimously passed a $4.2 million general budget on March 26 for the 2023-2024 academic year, an increase by 5% from this year’s $4 million budget.

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Green Action rally demands University divestment from fossil fuels

Green Action, an environmental justice and advocacy student group, held a rally calling on Washington University to divest from fossil fuels and recognize the impacts of environmental racism, March 1.

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University hosts Midwest Climate Summit

Washington University is hosting the annual Midwest Climate Summit (MCS) with keynote speeches from various environmental and public health experts who spoke about environmental issues and inequities in the Midwest, Feb. 21-23. 

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Administrators and SU Senate discuss tragedy response following death of Tyre Nichols

Student Union Senate (SU Senate) released a statement responding to the death of Tyre Nichols on Jan. 30, raising concerns about how the University and faculty members respond to tragedies.

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