Last night, members of an extension committee voted to invite sororities Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Delta Delta and Gamma Phi Beta to the next round of the chapter application process. Invitations were extended this morning.
The committee—which is composed of current sorority women, alumni from sororities and University staff members—received applications from 13 out of the 18 national organizations that are not currently present on campus.
In just a few months, the CCCU’s research into the controversial field of carbon sequestration—“clean coal”—will take shape in the form of the world’s first Staged Pressurized Oxy Combustion (SPOC) system, located in Urbauer Hall.
An event planned for Thursday night has been cancelled at the Missouri History Museum after organizers refused to meet the museum’s demand that Palestinian activists be removed from a panel of speakers exploring the similarities between social movements in Ferguson, Ayotzinapa and Palestine.
The Missouri History Museum has cancelled an event exploring the similarities between social movements in Ferguson, Ayotzinapa and Palestine after organizers refused to remove Palestinian activists from the panel of speakers.
As part of Mortar Board Week, Brittany Packnett of Teach for America St. Louis spoke in the Danforth University Center on Tuesday evening about institutionalized racism and education.
Several Washington University students organized a donation table outside a local premiere of “Fifty Shades of Grey” on Friday night, raising over $500 for a local women’s shelter.
Beginning this past Wednesday, members of Washington University’s Representation Project stationed themselves outside of the art school, Underpass and Danforth University Center to ask passersby why they need feminism. The event aimed to correct misguided notions that surround the movement and demonstrate how feminism benefits everyone.
Name: Danielle Leventhal Year: Sophomore Majors: Art and Art History Hometown: Westchester, NY As cliched as it is, fashion functions as a means of expression. Research suggests that dressing well—or at least, wearing something that you think looks good—increases your confidence and academic performance. So whether you wake up walking on sunshine and radiating glitter […]
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