This week, Student Life is resuming the publication of some stories online, our first articles since Friday, Feb. 11, when sophomore Orli Sheffey took her life.
Student Life is pausing production for an indefinite period of time in light of the death of Orli Sheffey, one of our dear friends and someone who contributed so much to the StudLife and Washington University communities.
The arrest took place on Dec. 23, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin wrote in an email to Student Life Thursday, but administrators did not communicate that date in Thursday afternoon’s email.
The University will also restrict most access to housing and on-campus services through at earliest Jan. 28.
The spray-paint consisted of a white base layer underneath red and blue messages in support of a white nationalist hate group.
The increase is a “short-term” approach, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin told Student Life in an interview Tuesday.
News of the sanctions became public Wednesday evening after the College Republicans president released Alkilani’s “personal and confidential” Student Conduct outcome letter.
WUPD Captain and Bureau Commander Dave Goodwin will take over as interim chief.
The issue is a challenge to students to step out of their comfort zones and go beyond the Loop.
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.
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