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WU admits 3,600 students, record-low 10% of applicants, to Class of 2026

Wash U class of 2026 boasts a record-low acceptance rate of 10% and increased diversity.

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Narasimhan sworn in to Treasury after Constitutional Council decision reverses disqualification

Sophomore Mishka Narasimhan, who was disqualified from her SU Treasury position last fall due to late paperwork, has been sworn in after a Constitutional Council upheld her election.

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WU extends test-optional policy through fall 2024

Washington University will allow applicants for the classes of 2027 and 2028 to decide whether to submit their standardized test scores.

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College of Arts and Sciences announces plans for new building alongside 10-year strategic plan

Washington University announced the construction of a new building for Arts & Sciences located in the center of campus.

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WUPD increases off-campus presence following pattern of burglaries

The increase is a “short-term” approach, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin told Student Life in an interview Tuesday.

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Mayor Jones critiques Democratic messaging and calls on WU to do more for St. Louis during visit to campus

The event, Jones’ first on campus since becoming mayor in April, was organized by the College Democrats, the Roosevelt Network and the Pre-Law Society.

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SU Senate report calls on University to commit to achieving carbon neutrality by 2035

To achieve full carbon neutrality by 2035, the Senate called for investments in offsite renewable energy and investing in local programs that encourage clean energy use.

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Students, faculty and friends reflect on Danforth’s life and legacy at memorial service 

Danforth, who passed away on Sept. 16, 2020, at the age of 94, was remembered as one of the most influential administrators in the University’s history.

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Unpacking WU’s unprecedented $5.7 billion endowment pool growth

Washington University’s endowment pool grew a record 65%, adding $5.7 billion

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WU rises from 16th to 14th in U.S. News ranking for best national university

Washington University is now the 14th highest ranked University nationally according to U.S. News and World Report

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